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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18771] - FtpClient.retrieveFileStream returns null
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2003 11:52:18 GMT
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FtpClient.retrieveFileStream returns null

bmandl@itv.globalrefund.com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From bmandl@itv.globalrefund.com  2003-04-08 11:52 -------
oops, you are of course right, completePendingCommand() was not called.

So this was definitely my fault and is not a bug, sorry for that.

But maybe this should be changed to an improvement request.

It is not very convenient when FTPClient.retrieveFileStream returns null for an 
existing file, just because the previous transfer was not terminated correctly 
with completePendingCommand(). It would be great if FTPClient could check this 
condition and issue a completePendingCommand() (or whatever is necessary to 
make it work) internally when FTPClient.retrieveFileStream is called.

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