Java IOException: Permission denied on linux while running as owner

I need to create some directories and files and all of them should have permission 0600.
When I Run from NetBeans Debug: After creating directory when i try to store some files there I get IOException with "Permission Denied" message while both directories and files are created with same application at the same time with the same user so I think 0600 (owner read/write) should work.
And When Running Jar file, chmod doesn't work at all! My code is:

   boolean res=dirs.mkdirs();
      Runtime.getRuntime().exec("chmod -R 600 '"+dirs.getAbsolutePath()+"'");                
File Destination=new File(Dest, source.getName());
documentManager.copyFile(source, Destination);

and the copyFile is:

public static void copyFile(File sourceFile, File destFile) throws FileNotFoundException,IOException {
    if(!destFile.exists()) {

    FileChannel source = null;
    FileChannel destination = null;
    try {
        source = new FileInputStream(sourceFile).getChannel();
        destination = new FileOutputStream(destFile).getChannel();
        destination.transferFrom(source, 0, source.size());
    finally {
        if(source != null) {
        if(destination != null) {
            Runtime.getRuntime().exec("chmod 600 '"+destFile.getAbsolutePath()+"'");

What's the problem?



The directory needs to have the executable bit set for you to write files into it. Try chmod +x on the directory.

mkdir tmp2323
chmod a-x tmp2323
touch tmp2323/test
touch: cannot touch `tmp2323/test': Permission denied

For all:

dirs.setWritable(true, false);

For only owner:

dirs.setWritable(true, true);



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