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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: FTP temp file not being created correctly on Windows (Camel 2.7.2) ?
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2011 06:23:32 GMT
On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 9:54 PM, dlj <> wrote:
> 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.

Thanks for the explanation.

Can you create a JIRA ticket with this bug?
I will look into this.

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