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K Seshan

Joined: Nov 26, 2004
Posts: 6
Iam currently developing an application which generates and XML file in my current env(App Server).I need to upload this XML file to an remote location using FTP.Would anyone help me o
Alex Wolf

Joined: Aug 24, 2004
Posts: 16
hi Seshan,
you should check out the
FTPBean. thats what I used for FTP for java. It even has an example to get you started.
Good luck.
anjan bangalore

Joined: Dec 08, 2004
Posts: 1
Jakarta Commons Net implements the client side of many basic Internet protocols. The purpose of the library is to provide fundamental protocol access, not higher-level abstractions.

Supported protocols are:

* POP3
* Telnet
* Finger
* Whois
* rexec/rcmd/rlogin
* Time (rdate) and Daytime
* Echo
* Discard
Ko Ko Naing
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Joined: Jun 08, 2002
Posts: 3178
I do vote for Jakarta's Common Net, as mentioned by anjan... They are open-source and carefully managed by the famous Jakarta Project. So if you need any help in understanding the API, you can easily contact them. And you will see the the packages are really really easy to adapt to our environment...

Hope it helps...

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