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Save HtmlUnit cookies to a file
On July 27 you had posted code that saves an HtmlPage object to a file https: If so, you can use: You’ll need to write the code that saves the page to disk yourself. Note that the visit method ytmlunit not currently do that. The ImageCrawler example does it for all the images – it’s probably easier to extend that example to also save the HTML, since the code already shows how to treat file names.
But that’s an easy fix. What does that mean?
How is saving the constituent parts different from what you want to achieve? Please give an example web page, and list what you would want to save as a result of crawling it.
java – Save image from url with HTMLUnit – Stack Overflow
You may need to enable binary content in the config, htm,unit crawler4j seems to regard part of what that site serves as binary. There’s an error message to that effect in its output.
Java Code: How to save HtmlUnit cookies to a file?
OK, so you DO want the images after all. Note that that particular web site also has an uncommon extension “. But that, too, is a small change. Let us hhmlunit if you have specific questions about making these changes. I don’t know if crawler4j actually supports this use case – it would mean keeping file names in sync so that the HTML files reference the corresponding JS, CSS and image files; have you found anything regarding this?
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Htmluit. Java automation to Login to website. How to get the pictures behind the thumbnails? Any way to get whole webpage content into a notepad?