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Using Apache Net FTP to interact with CE UNIX FTP

 
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Hi All,

I am trying to use Java FTP API from Apache to interact with CE (Corporate Enterprise) UNIX FTP.

I am not able to List files. Same code is able to list files from a regular FTP though.

Here is the code:
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The Output returned is:
file - 0 null
file - 1 null
file - 2 null

So basically the FTPFile[] array is being populated with correct number, as many files i have on FTP (i.e. 3).
BUT, the FTPFile object inside the array are NULL.

For other regular FTPs these FTP File Objects are populated correctly.
I even tried using the default parser as:
FTPListParseEngine engine = ftpClient.initiateListParsing(directory);

same output.

Please help

Thanks.
 
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I tried using a FTP Listener to get more info - ftpClient.addProtocolCommandListener(new PrintCommandListener(new PrintWriter(System.out), true));
This is what output i got:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
TYPE I
200 Type set to I.
PASV
227 Entering Passive Mode (171,161,160,119,243,237)
LIST /EMERSELO
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for /EMERSELO.
226 Transfer complete.
file - 0 null
file - 1 null
file - 2 null
QUIT
221 Goodbye.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

So its not getting anything back from LIST.

Thanks.
 
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Have you tried using listFiles instead? initiateListParsing is a kind of lazy load IIRC.
 
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