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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: Copying files from an FTP server using search criteria
Date Sun, 16 Oct 2011 14:57:50 GMT

Feel free to create a JIRA ticket for an enhancement to allow
filtering on directory names as well.
Then you can in your custom filter code skip unwanted directories, and
cause a faster directory traversal.

Link to JIRA from here

On Sun, Oct 9, 2011 at 3:14 PM, newbiee <> wrote:
> Claus Ibsen:
> Thank you for the great feedback.
> It seems that I will have to recursively read all the files from all the
> folders and using the custom filter will prevent the files from being copies
> to the destination folder. I would like to know if there is a way to read
> the folder name so that I could skip the entire folder if the folder does
> not contain the files I am looking for. Please note, there could me 100's of
> folders and each folder has 15 files. Please refer to my search criteria. My
> search criteria will most probably contains all the required files in a
> single folder. So why bother going through the contents of all other
> folders. I  think, if I will have to go through all the folder, the response
> time will be very slow. Is this possible to simply first read the folder
> name and if the folder name does not meet the search criteria we skip
> reading it's contents and continue reading the next folder name till the
> folder name that meets the search criteria. When we have found the right
> folder, we then read it's contents to picks the right files.
> I thank you guys for directing me and suggesting to first learn CAMEL (I
> started with Active MQ but you guys asked me to start with CAMEL). You were
> absolutely right. I was able to immediately uderstand the power of CAMEL and
> I see CAMEL together with ACTIVE MQ a vert powerful combination. I am doing
> MSc at Gannon university and I am have been able to convince the department
> head to let me take CAMEL as an independent study subject.
> Thank you for your prompt feedback.
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Claus Ibsen
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