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From "Diana Teplits" <dia...@traiana.com>
Subject [NET] org.apache.commons.net.ftp.FTPFile - getTimestamp() method nullifies seconds and milliseconds
Date Tue, 07 Mar 2006 13:46:11 GMT
Hello.

I'll appreciate your help with the following problem:

My program is supposed to connect to ftp server from ftp client and get
files from predefined directory.
It works except one thing: 

FTPClient ftp = new FTPClient();
.......
.......
FTPFile[] filesArr = ftp.listFiles();
FTPFile ftpFile = filesArr[0];
Calendar date = ftpFile.getTimestamp();

Seconds and milliseconds inside date object have zero values instead of
the correct values.
Is there any way to get ftp file lastModified date including seconds and
milliseconds?


P.S.

I tried to use FTPClientConfig.setRecentDateFormatStr(..) in order to
solve this problem, but didn't succeed...

 

Thanks in advance,

Diana.

 


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