Create a new ObjectOutputStream for this output stream and then pass it to the closure. This method ensures the stream is closed after the closure returns. Create a new PrintWriter for this OutputStream. The writer is passed to the closure, and will be closed before this method returns.
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Search everywhere only in this topic. Advanced Search. Classic List Threaded. Michael Mallete. Proper way to stream file from controller. Hi all, I have a controller which would stream file as response. Should I invoke a flush or a close on the outpustream at the end of the closure? Lauk Daniel. Re: Proper way to stream file from controller. Are you facing any problems with that?
My code is only a little different, in that I don't set the "Content-disposition" header and flush afterwards. I have found it beneficial to use some of the new 'Groovy' methods on the File class in particular the File. If the byte arrays in your examples are large, or if the 'download' action is called frequently, you could run into problems.
If that's the case, copy from stream to stream. Will give this a shot. In reply to this post by Lauk Daniel. What happens is that whenever I access it, Firefox fires up Totem plugin which streams the file from the controller.
I will then get an IllegalStateException: Stream whenever I close the window before the full audio file gets to play.
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Search everywhere only in this topic. Advanced Search. Classic List Threaded. Michael Mallete. Proper way to stream file from controller. Hi all, I have a controller which would stream file as response. Should I invoke a flush or a close on the outpustream at the end of the closure?