It has following declarations:You can remove them, as they don't do anything that wouldn't happen if they weren't there. They just implement the default behaviour. I would remove it and retest.
Sometimes when reading the object we receive an exception java.lang.IllegalStateException: unread block data.That indicates an internal error. Your code shouldn't cause it to be thrown.
It occurs more frequently if the file being read is on a NFS mounted partition.Hmm ... this is a notorious source of problems. I would never use an NFS-mounted file in an application myself.
dsouza_jude wrote:Create a new thread if you have a specific problem. Give a short but complete description of your environment and what you are trying to do. Don't hijack threads, and don't resurrect old threads. I'm locking this thread.
Can you further explain what do you mean by the above statement?
I'm having the same problems and i'm on Window Xp. Kindly elaborate.
(Problem still not solved)