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    How you open a stream containing a zip archive.

    So far, I’ve tried the following but to no avail:

    Public Sub Open(ByVal vStream As IO.Stream)

            Dim pMF As MemoryFile
            Dim pBytes() As Byte

            pMF = New MemoryFile()
            ReDim pBytes(vStream.Length – 1)
            vStream.Read(pBytes, 0, pBytes.Length)
            pMF.CreateWrite.Write(pBytes, 0, pBytes.Length)
            mZip = New ZipArchive(pMF)
            mFilename = Nothing

        End Sub

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by a (had 1074 views)

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    After reading the stream content into the pBytes buffer, you could open another stream onto the newly created MemoryFile and then do a write into it using the buffer.


    For example:


      byte [] buffer = new byte [vStream.Length-1];



            MemoryFile pMF = new MemoryFile();

            Stream stream = pMF.OpenWrite(true, FileShare.ReadWrite);

            stream.BeginWrite(buffer, 0, buffer.Length, null, null);


    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Mohamed [Xceed] (had 992 views)

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