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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18771] - FtpClient.retrieveFileStream returns null
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2003 00:03:41 GMT
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FtpClient.retrieveFileStream returns null

dfs@apache.org changed:

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------- Additional Comments From dfs@apache.org  2003-04-08 00:03 -------
This is clearly a server side or a programming error and not an FTPClient
problem.  As clearly explained in the documentation, if a data connection
cannot be established with the server, retrieveFileStream() will return null.
There is no way for us to reproduce your problem.  Please trace the FTP
communication exchange with your server using the examples.PrintCommandListener
class from src/java/examples and provide the trace (with passwords removed)
as well as the program producing the problem.  It is important for your or
provide the program, because given your description of the problem, it is
very likely that you are not calling completePendingCommand() after each file
transfer as required (and explained in the documentation and demonstrated
in the example programs).

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