Logo Search packages:      
Sourcecode: rserve version File versions  Download package


// JRclient library - client interface to Rserve, see http://www.rosuda.org/Rserve/
// Copyright (C) 2003 Simon Urbanek
// --- for licensing information see LICENSE file in the original JRclient distribution ---
//  RFileOutputStream.java
//  Created by Simon Urbanek on Wed Oct 22 2003.

package org.rosuda.JRclient;

import java.io.*;

/** <b>RFileOutputStream</b> is an {@link OutputStream} to transfer files
from the client to <b>Rserve</b> server. It is used very much like
a {@link FileOutputStream}. Currently mark and seek is not supported.
The current implementation is also "one-shot" only, that means the file
can be written only once.
@version $Id: RFileOutputStream.java 1330 2005-01-24 18:25:42Z urbaneks $

00022 public class RFileOutputStream extends OutputStream {
    /** Rtalk class to use for communication with the Rserve */
00024     Rtalk rt;
    /** set to <code>true</code> when {@link #close} was called.
    Any subsequent read requests on closed stream  result in an
{@link IOException} or error result */
00028     boolean closed;

    /** tries to create a file on the R server, using specified {@link Rtalk} object
        and filename. Be aware that the filename has to be specified in host
        format (which is usually unix). In general you should not use directories
        since Rserve provides an own directory for every connection. Future Rserve
        servers may even strip all directory navigation characters for security
        purposes. Therefore only filenames without path specification are considered
        valid, the behavior in respect to absolute paths in filenames is undefined.
        @param rti RTalk object for communication with Rserve
        @param fb filename of the file to create (existing file will be overwritten)
00040     RFileOutputStream(Rtalk rti, String fn) throws IOException {
        Rpacket rp=rt.request(Rtalk.CMD_createFile,fn);
        if (rp==null || !rp.isOk())
            throw new IOException((rp==null)?"Connection to Rserve failed":("Request return code: "+rp.getStat()));

    /** writes one byte to the file. This function should be avoided, since
    {@link RFileOutputStream} provides no buffering. This means that each
        call to this function leads to a complete packet exchange between
        the server and the client. Use {@link #write(byte[])} instead
        whenever possible. In fact this function calls <code>write(b,0,1)</code>.
        @param b byte to write
00055     public void write(int b) throws IOException {
        byte[] ba=new byte[1];

    /** writes the content of b into the file. This methods is equivalent to calling <code>write(b,0,b.length)</code>.
        @param b content to write
00063     public void write(byte b[]) throws IOException {

    /** Writes specified number of bytes to the remote file.
        @param b buffer containing the bytes to write
        @param off offset where to start
        @param len number of bytes to write
00072     public void write(byte[] b, int off, int len) throws IOException {
        if (closed) throw new IOException("File is not open");
        if (len<0) len=0;
        boolean isLarge=(len>0xfffff0);
        byte[] hdr=Rtalk.newHdr(Rtalk.DT_BYTESTREAM,len);
        Rpacket rp=rt.request(Rtalk.CMD_writeFile,hdr,b,off,len);
        if (rp==null || !rp.isOk())
            throw new IOException((rp==null)?"Connection to Rserve failed":("Request return code: "+rp.getStat()));

    /** close stream - is not related to the actual Rconnection, calling
        close does not close the Rconnection.
00085     public void close() throws IOException {
        Rpacket rp=rt.request(Rtalk.CMD_closeFile,(byte[])null);
        if (rp==null || !rp.isOk())
            throw new IOException((rp==null)?"Connection to Rserve failed":("Request return code: "+rp.getStat()));

    /** currently (Rserve 0.3) there is no way to force flush on the remote side, hence this function is noop. Future versions of Rserve may support this feature though. At any rate, it is safe to call it. */
00093     public void flush() {

Generated by  Doxygen 1.6.0   Back to index