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Hi experts

I m working on desktop application in which i am using Jboss server.I want to provide a facility to upload a file on server.I am able to upload a file using FileZilla FTP server but not on Jboss.I want to know that is there any FTP facility in Jboss ,so i can upload file on Jboss server?
 
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JBoss has no built-in FTP server, so you have to install an FTP server (FileZilla for instance) on the same machine.
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:JBoss has no built-in FTP server, so you have to install an FTP server (FileZilla for instance) on the same machine.



Ok Sir Thanks For Replying
 
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You're welcome.
 
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