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From Cindy Ballreich <>
Subject Re: [NET] ftpClient as part of a servlet application
Date Wed, 01 Dec 2004 16:08:12 GMT

> You can't use the ftpclient from the client side in a jsp without having 
> a signed java applet or an application.  Just to clarify, because from 
> the posting it doesn't sound like that is clear.  The FileUpload class 
> and everything else runs on the backend in the jsp container, so the ftp 
> client will not be able to do the same thing as file upload simply 
> because of the logistics and where the components need to run.  Do you 
> have an applet or an application you are running ftp client in?
> Wade

I'd like to run the ftp client as part of a servlet application 
under Tomcat called as needed from a jsp form. This works fine 
when  Tomcat is running on the same machine that the files to 
upload exist on, but when the files are on a remote system it 
doesn't work.

I'm trying to duplicate the functionality of FileUpload using ftp.


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