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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38309] - [net] How to implent FTPS extending FTPClient, from a diferente package...
Date Mon, 23 Jan 2006 12:49:21 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From josejuan.montiel@gmail.com  2006-01-23 13:49 -------
(In reply to comment #13)
> 1.  You are importing com.sun.net.ssl.X509TrustManagern and
> com.sun.net.ssl.SSLContext.  Are these allowable imports under the terms of the
> Apache License?  I don't know the answer, it is a question.  We have been
> recently hit with licensing questions and I don't want to go through this again
> without checking first.

I really don't know about legal, this import its into JSSE
(http://java.sun.com/products/jsse/LICENSE.html), because i want use ftps, with
JDK 1.3, but... there is a correspondent Java 1.4 classes for com.sun.net...

> 2.  Does this import require importing any additional libraries, or is this
> class included in a J2SDK library.  If so, which version?

This import require Java 1.3 & JSSE.
 
> 3.  FTPSClient overrides the retrieveFile() method from FTPClient.  I am not an
> expert in FTPS but shouldn't similar overrides be provided for storeFile(),
> deleteFile()?  How about listFiles() and listNames()?  Can you point us to a
> definition of the FTPS protocol that defines what is required?

Now, following the paul advice, now only overwrite _openDataConnection_

> 4.  Assuming all the above are answered, we would like some JUnit tests to be
> created for the new classes.  The present tests can serve as a model for you.

I attach one junit, to test, with a "local ftps server" of the "junit machine".
 
> 5.  Finally, the files need to have the Apache License.

Add.

> Please do not take this the wrong way.  I am being very demanding and legalistic
> here, because I know that the Jakarta project is being closely watched from some
> quarters, but I very much want this to go forward if at all possible.
> 
> I also think that this is not the place for this discussion to be continued. 
> Now that we are on to legal as well as coding issues, the discussion should move
> back to the commons-dev mailing list, which is where I am moving it.

Don't worry... and thanks for all.

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