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From Jacob Kjome <>
Subject Re: HttpClient-How to start to copy files from one server to another..please
Date Wed, 04 Aug 2004 14:35:31 GMT
You might look at commons-vfs to do this as well.  It uses HttpClient under the
covers (plus a few other dependencies).  It would probably keep you working at a
 higher level rather than having to deal with the lower level HTTP stuff.  The
ant tasks <v-copy>, <v-move>, etc... work quite nicely and make it all look like
a local copy because there is no different syntax for copying a file locally or
remotely.  It's all very transparent.  Check it out:

Note:  I am not a VFS developer promoting the project.  It's just been very
useful to me.  I hope it gets moved out of the sandbox for an official release
sometime soon!


Quoting ganesh gadi <>:

> Hi list!
> "we are going to use commons-httpclient2.0.1  to
> copy files from one server to the other ex: telephone
> based trascripting server to Tomcat server
> both sides it is demon running ,one transmit the
> other listens and receves the files."
> OS:win2000 server
> Tomcat:5.0.19
> httpclient2.0.1
> Could anybody give the solution for the above
> problem in detail?For this type of task ,which classes
> are required to import?
> i'm new to this commons-httpclient.In fact i don't
> know where to start it's solution.
> Your suggesions are always considered thankfully.
> Advance thanks
> Ganesh
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