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From Gary Gregory <garydgreg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [vfs] Using VFS for FTP Access in Groovy
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2013 18:55:10 GMT
Sven,

Could you try from Java to make sure you have a baseline?

Are you sure you are picking up the VFS2 packages from your non-plain-Java
setups?

Gary


On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 9:00 AM, Sven Johansson <johansson.sven@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hey, list.
>
> I'm porting a Java app to Groovy (from Play 2.0 to Grails, in fact).
>
> This app has a page that lists incoming file on an FTP, and I've been using
> vfs2 for this - works like a charm.
>
> Turns out, that when I use the exact same code in Groovy, the FileObject
> representing the root ftp folder is of type 'file' instead of folder (and
> an exception
> is thrown):
>
> FileObject incomingFolder = VFS.getManager().resolveFile("
> ftp://myuser:mypwd@ftp.mydomain.com/");
> incomingFolder.getChildren();
>
> I get the same behavior from a standalone Groovy-script as I get running in
> Grails.
>
> If I however move down to vfs 1.0, the FileObject return is a 'file' when
> running the
> GroovyScript, but remains 'folder' in Grails.
>
> I also tried listing the contents of a subfolder - same results.
>
> I realize this might be considered a Groovy-specific question and might be
> better
> asked on the grails-list or stackoverflow, but I thought I'd give it a try
> here first.
>
> Any input on what kind of nastiness could be involved in causing this would
> be
> greatly appreciated - suggestions on how to resolve it even more so.
>
> Cheers/Sven
>



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