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Secure FTP put using JDK 1.4 and Apache

 
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I would like to do secure ftp put using Java client. I used Apache's jar file about 3 years back and my recollection is poor. I am sure that lot has changed in the last 3 years also.

Can you please point me to:
1. Java package (JDK 1.4 compliant) that I can use for secure FTP.
2. Apache jar files that I can use for secure FTP?
3. Pros and cons of using Java package, versus Apache jar.
4. Documentation on both Java and Apache side.
 
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What do you mean by "secure FTP" - SFTP? If so, I'm not aware of an Apache library that can do that. Apache Commons Net (which runs on Java 1.4) only supports FTP.

JSch runs on Java 1.4, as does JScape.
 
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