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Just another file copy program

There are two files in the project. and reads from properties file. In the properties file there are some configuration parameters. example:
sDirParam = /source
dDirParam = /destination
dFileExtParam = $G$
fileFilterParam = .srt;.avi;.pdf;
logFileParam = /logs/gates.log
import java.util.Properties;
import java.util.Date;
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.text.DateFormat;

public class gates {

static DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat ("dd.MM.yyyy  hh:mm:ss");
    public void wrLog(String file, String msg) {
        try {
            Date now = new Date();
            String currentTime = gates.df.format(now);
            FileWriter aWriter = new FileWriter(file, true);
            aWriter.write(currentTime + " " + msg + System.getProperty("line.separator"));
        catch (Exception e) {
public String[] getFileList(String dir, String extFilter) {
File directory = new File(dir);
final String[] okFileExtensions ;
String delimiter = ";";
okFileExtensions  = extFilter.split(delimiter);
if (!directory.isDirectory()) {
System.out.println("No directory provided!!!");
    return null;
FilenameFilter filefilter = new FilenameFilter() {
public boolean accept(File dir, String name) {
for (String ext : okFileExtensions) {
if (name.endsWith(ext))
return true;
return false;
String[] filenames = directory.list(filefilter);
return filenames;
public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
Properties props = new Properties();
InputStream in = gates.class.getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("");
String sDir = props.getProperty("sDirParam");
String dDir = props.getProperty("dDirParam");
String dFileExt = props.getProperty("dFileExtParam");
String allowedExt = props.getProperty("fileFilterParam");
String logFile = props.getProperty("logFileParam");
gates movePicture = new gates();
movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "gates LOG file: ");
String[] fileList = movePicture.getFileList(sDir,allowedExt);
for (String sFileName : fileList) {
int dotPos = sFileName.lastIndexOf(".");
String sFileNameWithoutExt = sFileName.substring(0, dotPos);
String dFileNameTemp = sFileNameWithoutExt + "." + dFileExt;
String dFileName = sFileName;
File sFile = new File(sDir + "/" + sFileName);
File dFileTemp = new File(dDir + "/" + dFileNameTemp);
File dFile = new File(dDir + "/" + dFileName);
movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "Source file does not exist!!! " + sDir + "/" + sFileName);
try {
BufferedInputStream bis = new BufferedInputStream(new FileInputStream(sFile), 4096);
BufferedOutputStream bos = new BufferedOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(dFileTemp), 4096);
int theChar;
          while ((theChar = != -1) {
        movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "Copy done " + sFileName);
} catch (Exception ex) {
boolean ren = dFileTemp.renameTo(dFile);
if(!ren) {
movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "FileExtension failed to change!!! " + dDir + "/" + dFileNameTemp);
else {
movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "FileExtension changed successfully " + dDir + "/" + dFileName);
boolean  del = sFile.delete();
if (!del) {
movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "Source file deletion failed!!! " + sDir + "/" + sFileName);
else {
movePicture.wrLog(logFile, "Source file deleted successfully " + sDir + "/" + sFileName);


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