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From "kraythe ." <kray...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [FTP] Support for backslash in fileName
Date Fri, 27 Sep 2013 19:23:20 GMT
I doubt it. You might have to do a custom component here or do a rename or
copy before the route. In most operating systems a / or \ is an illegal
character in the name.


On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 9:00 AM, camuser012 <mmicin@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'm trying to retrieve a file via FTP. It's a cyclic file, with a special
> name SYS:\NAME.EXT. Notice that the backslash is a part of the file name.
>
> When using this in the endpoint URI, this happens:
>
> FtpConsumer                       - doPollDirectory from absolutePath: ,
> dirName: null
> FtpConsumer                       - Polling directory:
> DefaultTypeConverter           - Converting java.lang.String ->
> java.lang.String with value: *SYS:\NAME.EXT*
> FtpConsumer                       - Found 1 in directory:
> FtpConsumer                       - FtpFile[name=*SYS:\NAME.EXT*,
> dir=false,
> file=true]
> FtpConsumer                       - Took 0.002 seconds to poll:
> FtpConsumer                       - Total 1 files to consume
> FtpConsumer                       - Processing file:
> RemoteFile[SYS:/NAME.EXT]
> FtpConsumer                       - Retrieving file: SYS:/IA.ICMCR from:
> Endpoint[ftp://...
> FtpOperations                     - retrieveFile(SYS:/NAME.EXT)
> FtpOperations                     - Client retrieveFile: SYS:/NAME.EXT
>
> Which then fails because there is no such file. At some point "\" gets
> converted to "/". I have tried to fool it with separator set both to UNIX
> and Windows, but that does not help. I have tried mayn other things, such
> as
> fileNmae=${SYS:\NAME.EXT}, or using %5C etc, but nothing helps, it always
> defaults to "/".
>
> Is there a configuration option to skip this conversion?
>
> Thank you
>
>
>
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