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From Andrew Elcock <a...@elcock.org>
Subject Re: Commons NET
Date Wed, 10 Aug 2005 12:52:39 GMT
turning off passive worked, thanks - never thought to do that, as I have 
always needed passive on in ftp clients...

Thanks!

Knezevic, Mihael wrote:
> i don't know your setup but do you really need to go into remote passive mode and shouldn't
you use then the remoteStore method? only a suggestion as i haven't used it yet and never
worked with remote passive mode.
> 
> 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Andrew Elcock [mailto:andy@elcock.org] 
>>Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2005 5:34 PM
>>To: Jakarta Commons Users List
>>Subject: Re: Commons NET
>>
>>OK, so when I write to the FTP server with this code nothing 
>>appears at 
>>the other end.
>>
>>If I use the "completePendingCommand" that is commented out 
>>things seem 
>>to hang.
>>
>>Please excuse the code.
>>
>>The upload is invoked when someone closes the output stream 
>>on the file 
>>that we are uploading (by means of OutputStreamWrapper).
>>
>>Sure I am missing something, thanks -
>>
>>Andrew
>>-------------------
>>
>>   public void uploadFile(File f, boolean delete) {
>>     try {
>>//      mkparentdirs();
>>       if (!f.exists())
>>         return;
>>
>>       FTPClient ftpChannel = getFTPChannel(getSite());
>>       try {
>>//        try {
>>//          ftpChannel.makeDirectory((new 
>>File(file)).getParentFile().getPath());
>>//        } catch (IOException e) {/* already existed */}
>>         FileInputStream fis = new FileInputStream(f);
>>         ftpChannel.storeFile(file, fis);
>>         fis.close();
>>//        ftpChannel.completePendingCommand();
>>System.out.print(ftpChannel.getReplyString());
>>         /* Don't think we want this in a finally block - may 
>>delete all 
>>copies! */
>>         if (delete)
>>           f.delete();
>>       } catch (IOException e) {
>>         e.printStackTrace();
>>       }
>>     } catch (Exception io) {
>>       io.printStackTrace();
>>     }
>>   }
>>
>>   class OutputStreamWrapper extends FileOutputStream {
>>     private File f;
>>     public OutputStreamWrapper(File f) throws IOException {
>>       super(f);
>>       this.f = f;
>>     }
>>
>>     public void close() throws IOException {
>>       super.close();
>>       uploadFile(f, true);
>>     }
>>   }
>>
>>   private static Hashtable channelHash = new Hashtable();
>>   public static FTPClient getFTPChannel(Site site) {
>>     FTPClient chan = (FTPClient) channelHash.get(site);
>>
>>     if (chan == null || !chan.isConnected()) {
>>       try {
>>         chan = new FTPClient();
>>         chan.connect(site.getRemoteHost());
>>         chan.login(site.getRemoteUser(), site.getRemotePassword());
>>         chan.enterRemotePassiveMode();
>>
>>         channelHash.put(site, chan);
>>       } catch (Exception e) {
>>         e.printStackTrace();
>>         return null;
>>       }
>>     }
>>     return chan;
>>   }
>>----------------------
>>
>>Knezevic, Mihael wrote:
>>
>>>if u could describe your problem a bit more than perhaps 
>>
>>someone on the list could help u. just saying that it doesn't 
>>work is not very precise. perhaps a code snippet and a 
>>precise description/error message will help us to get u on track.  
>>
>>>
>>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>>From: Andrew Elcock [mailto:andy@elcock.org] 
>>>>Sent: Monday, August 08, 2005 11:07 AM
>>>>To: commons-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>>>Subject: Commons NET
>>>>
>>>>I am using much commons code and find it to be excellent and 
>>>>easy to use 
>>>>for the main, but have hit a barrier with the NET package.
>>>>
>>>>I am using the net code to upload files to an FTP server. Using the 
>>>>examples and documentation I have a system that can connect, create 
>>>>folders etc, but fails miserably to actually upload data. 
>>
>>Is there a 
>>
>>>>common error that I have fallen in to the trap of without luck from 
>>>>archives, or is it unique to me? I can send the code, but did 
>>>>not want 
>>>>to pollute the list straight off.
>>>>
>>>>Thanks,
>>>>Andrew
>>>>
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