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Thread: How to abort the connection for CTRL-C in FTP in java programming on UNIX

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    Default How to abort the connection for CTRL-C in FTP in java programming on UNIX

    Hi Friends,

    I have a clinet and server socket programming.

    and the client is writting some data to server. It has to stop writting and throw IOException when I enter CTRL-C

    when I do the same with windows and enters CTRL-C in between I get IOException and connection is lost.
    For the same programme, I dont get any exception If I run on Unix.


    Can anybody please answer me why there is no exception when I enter CTRL-C on Unix & what is the solution for this.



    A quick response is appricated and thanks in adavance.


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    Default Re: How to abort the connection for CTRL-C in FTP in java programming on UNIX

    Show the exception code that is supposed to capture CTRL-C to interrupt the current process.

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    Default Re: How to abort the connection for CTRL-C in FTP in java programming on UNIX

    while ((block = queue.next()) != null) {
    int count = block.getUsed();
    writer.write(block.getData(), 0, count);
    bytes += count;
    block.free(blocks);
    block = null;
    }

    } catch (IOException ioe) {
    if (output instanceof DataSource) {
    ((DataSource) output).failed(ioe.getMessage());
    } else if (output instanceof SocketOutputStream) {
    ((SocketOutputStream) output).drop(true);
    }

    throw ioe;

    } finally {
    reader.reset();
    writer.release();

    if (block != null) {
    block.free(blocks);
    }



    when ever I enter CTRL-C, It should throw IOException

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