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hi
Can anyone pls send me code developed in servlets to do FTP upload and download.
bye
Rgds
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why do you want to upload using ftp? why use a servlet solution to do ftp? Let me say that I havent as yet seen a point to doing ftp with a servlet, just as it is very rare to see servlets being used for smtp - i think you will find that most people will point you in the direction of an alternative solution - for one thing, you would need a container that provides the support for ftp that the servlet would need. Since FTP is a very clearly defined process (it is not like a content management system but rather (if rather crudely) a system for transferring files to remote destinations. As a result, unless you are wanting to provide some kind of CMS system for web management that uses FTP, building the container would obviate the need for the servlet itself.
 
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For FTP you might want to try Freshmeat:
http://freshmeat.net/projects/javaftp_api/?topic_id=20%2C87%2C89%2C136%2C142
This is something a coworker used. It is a client API.
-Randy
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