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From "Daniel Kulp (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Resolved] (CXF-189) FTP transport
Date Fri, 09 Sep 2011 17:53:09 GMT

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Daniel Kulp resolved CXF-189.
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       Resolution: Won't Fix
    Fix Version/s: Invalid


This improvement request has been open for years and no-one has stepped up to implement it.
 As such, it does not seems to be a priority for the existing CXF community.   If, in the
future, someone would like to tackle this, feel free to open is and attach a patch.

Also, this can be achieved today via the Camel transport for CXF and the Camel FTP component.

> FTP transport
> -------------
>
>                 Key: CXF-189
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CXF-189
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: Transports
>            Reporter: Richard Shaw
>             Fix For: Invalid
>
>
> I would like to add FTP transport to CXF with the following initial requirements.
> 1.0 Client only mode
> 1.1  Input - The client software sends a request and the response is loaded from a file
on the FTP server. The request is sent to a null stream and the filename to load the response
from is defined in the WSDL file.
> 1.1.1 There will be one filename per operation defined in the WSDL file if the contents
of the file do not include the operation name (e.g. CSV binding)
> 1.1.2 There will be one filename per port defined in the WSDL file if the contents of
the file include the operation (e.g. SOAP binding)
> 1.2 Output - The client sends a one way message and the data is written to a file on
the FTP serve.r The name of the file is defined in the WSDL file.
> 1.2.1 There will be one filename per operation or port defined in the WSDL file. The
operation filename will take priority over the port filename.
> 1.2.2 An incrementing filename pattern can be defined in the WSDL file so that each message
sent is written to a new file
> 2.0 Server only mode
> 2.1 A directory (or tree) is monitored on the FTP server by the transport and any new
files are read and the contents are passed into the server for processing - just as the receipt
of a one way message on HTTP is handled. This is only for one way messages into the server
(see 3.0 for replies)
> 2.1.1 If the contents of the file do not include the operation name a filename will be
defined for each operation in the WSDL file
> 2.1.2 If the contents of the flie include the operation name then the filename will be
defined for the port in the WSDL file
> 2.1.3 The poll duration will be defined in the WSDL file
> 2.1.4 Only files that have been created since the last time the direcotry was scanned
will be processed
> 2.1.5 The order that new files are processed will be defined in the WSDL file.
> 2.1.5.1 Specified order e.g. always load file A before file B
> 2.1.5.2 Use the timestamp on the files and load the oldest first
> 2.1.6 Destructive read can be defined in the WSDL file i.e. the file is deleted from
the FTP server once consumed.
> 3.0 Client / Server mode
> 3.1 A directory is monitored (as in 2.1) and the new files are passed into the servre
for processing, the reply to the message is written to a file on the FTP server
> 3.1.1 All 2.1.* requirements will apply
> 3.1.2 The filename of the reply is defined in the WSDL file
> 4.0 General
> 4.1 Supports anonymous and authenticated (i.e. log in) access to FTP server
> 4.2 Supports secure FTP - SFTP and FTPS
> 4.3 Would be nice to support files on the local machine too - particularly for testing
purposes. 
> My biggest worry with this is the extent of item 2.1.1. It could get very complicated
if we want to support all use cases that have been suggested in our project.
> I have already implemented 1.1 & 1.2.1 using the java.net URL class. The next step
is to upgrade to using the apache commons FTPClient class and add server support.

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