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From Aida <ai.d...@gmail.com>
Subject [FTP] Sending a file via FTP from a Windows machine to a Linux machine creates a new folder
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2012 16:42:16 GMT
Hi,

I'm writting because I am having trouble trying to send a file via FTP. What
happens is that the file is sent and it is also written in my target
directory (/myfolder/mydir) but, in addition, a folder with the name
"\myfilder\mydir" is created. (It is not like when the directory does not
exist and it only creates the non-existent folder)

The thing is that this only happens when I run my camel process in a Windows
Machine and the FTP is in a Linux. When the solution is running with both,
processes and FTP in the same machine (either Linux or Windows) there is no
problem.

Additional information:
1. The ftp endpoint is created dynamically and a producerTemplate is used to
send the file
2. Camel Version: 2.9.1
3. Camel processes runing on a JBoss 5.1.0GA, Windows 7 Professional
4. FTP server is a Linux machine (CentOS release 5.6 (Final))

I donĀ“t know where the problem can be, but as I said it only happens when I
send a file from Windows to Linux.

Thanks in advance!

  Aida.

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