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From dlj <dave.jack...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: FTP temp file not being created correctly on Windows (Camel 2.7.2) ?
Date Tue, 19 Jul 2011 19:54:52 GMT
Unfortunately that didn't work. It looks like the problem may lay in
GenericFileProducer.createTempFileName(). The method attempts to normalizes
the filename, but the normalizePath( filename ) method on the
RemoteFileProducer doesn't do anything except return the path as-is. At this
point, the filename still contains a mixture of Unix and Windows file
separators.

In the same method, the code which calculates the path to ultimately build
the temp file name on the ftp server, uses the '/' returned by the
RemoteFileProducer.getFileSeparator() to figure out the full of the path
using the filename which still contains a mixture of separators. The
calculation returns the result effectively ignoring the windows portion of
the path which I assume is not the desired behaviour. Later, the temp file
is ftp'ed, but when the rename occurs from the temp file to the actual
destination folder, then if the folder doesn't exist it fails.

Could the RemoteFileProducer.normalizePath() method be changed to call the
normalizePath() on the ftp endpoint configuration. Not sure if this is a
sensible solution, if there's wider regression impacts to consider or
there's a better way?. Thanks.

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