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From "PRAVEEN KASAM (Commented) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (VFS-349) secure FTP Problem with Commons vfs
Date Fri, 30 Sep 2011 13:42:46 GMT

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PRAVEEN KASAM commented on VFS-349:
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Thanks for your response. 

Due to this bug we decided not to use Commons VFS and I started using JSCH. 

Since it has been while ago, I am all set. 

Sent from my iPhone




                
> secure FTP Problem with Commons vfs
> -----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: VFS-349
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VFS-349
>             Project: Commons VFS
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 1.0
>         Environment: Linux server
>            Reporter: PRAVEEN KASAM
>              Labels: test
>   Original Estimate: 24h
>  Remaining Estimate: 24h
>
> I am facing wiered problem in apache commons vfs. I have a method which will create the
folder name in remote server using secure FTP. I crated a web-application for this. When I
call the below method from web it works fine, no matter how many times you call this method.
Now I am testing this using the Jmeter script multiple times. When I execute the script first
time it creates the folder and deletes (Calling delete method to delete the folder which I
didn't include here and executing fine.) When it tries to create the same folder second time
it says The specified directory already exists if I connect the server and see there is no
folder exists. I am using file system manager in VFS. Please let me know what I was doing
wrong. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks in advance.
> private FileSystemManager fileSystemManager;  
>       
>     private FileSystemOptions fileSystemOptions;  
>       
>     @Autowired  
>     public void setFileSystemManager(FileSystemManager fileSystemManager) {  
>         this.fileSystemManager = fileSystemManager;  
>     }  
>       
>     @Autowired  
>     public void setFileSystemOptions(FileSystemOptions fileSystemOptions) {  
>         this.fileSystemOptions = fileSystemOptions;  
>     }  
>       
>     @RequestMapping(value = "/app/newDirectoryForm", method = RequestMethod.GET)  
>     public ModelAndView showNewDirectoryForm() {  
>         return new ModelAndView(NEW_DIRECTORY_FORM, "request", new CreateDirectoryRequest());
 
>     }  
>       
>     @RequestMapping(value = "/app/createDirectory", method = RequestMethod.POST)  
>     public String createDirectory(@Valid @ModelAttribute("request") CreateDirectoryRequest
request, BindingResult bindingResult) throws Exception {  
>         if (bindingResult.hasErrors())  
>             return NEW_DIRECTORY_FORM;  
>           
>         FileObject fo = null;  
>         try {  
>             fo = fileSystemManager.resolveFile(request.getDirectoryPath(), fileSystemOptions);
 
>             if (fo.exists()) {  
>                 bindingResult.addError(new FieldError("request", "directoryPath", request.getDirectoryPath(),
false, null, null, "The specified directory already exists."));  
>                 return NEW_DIRECTORY_FORM;  
>             }  
>             fo.createFolder();  
>         }  
>         finally {  
>             if (fo != null) fo.close();  
>         }  
>           
>         return SUCCESS_REDIRECT;  
>     }   

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