[jdom-interest] Can file for Document be deleted?

Phill_Perryman at Mitel.COM Phill_Perryman at Mitel.COM
Tue Dec 2 01:43:17 PST 2003

We have been using encrypted files for quite a while now and not had any 
problems, we do not however write out  a plain file, we build directly 
from the encrypt stream

                if (encrypt == true) {

                        byte[] b = { magic numbers go here };

                        // Create PBE Cipher
                        Cipher pbeCipher = createCipher(b, false);

                        FileInputStream fis = new FileInputStream(file.toString());
                        in = new CipherInputStream(fis, pbeCipher);

                } else {
                        in = new FileInputStream(file.toString());
                SAXBuilder builder = new SAXBuilder();
                doc = builder.build(in);

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Sometimes I use an encrypted(by FlowFish) xml file to construct a 
Firstly I decrypt the file to a plain .xml file, then extract an instance 
Document from the plain file. Generally, for the sake of security,the 
plain file
should be deleted. I have done it this way and all does work. But I am not 
whether the Document instance will be somehow affected under some certain
circumstance unknown to me.

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