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Store a file in remote machine without using FTP

 
muruga dhanapal
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Hi All,
About my Issue, An external application will send a request xml and in my application we will process the request xml and we generate pdf based on the request xml.
For this we wrote a wrapper class which will invoke the adobe service to generate the PDF.
And this PDF is generated based on the XDP template stored in the repository. We have developed our application such that this XDP template and adobe server will be on same machine .
Currently my requirement is the adobe server can be hosted in a remote machine so I need to store the template in a remote machine. I can do this in FTP but in my network the FTP is blocked so could you please guide to an alternate way…
Please help me with the sample snippets

 
William P O'Sullivan
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"Please help me with the sample snippets" - No.

Suggestion:

If the template is stored remotely, then access it remotely via a REST or SOAP web service, that returns XML
and the template [CDATA] wrapped.

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muruga dhanapal
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Thanks william for your response.

I have a simple jsp of two fileds one is the template name, the user can name the template and the other field is to upload the template file, right now when I upload I have a code which store the file in my local repo, but I want to save this template in a remote machine.

 
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