ftp4j 1.7.2

A pure Java FTP client library
ftp4j is a Java client library that implements a full-featured FTP client. With ftp4j embedded in your application you can: transfer files (upload and download), browse the remote FTP site (directory listing included), create, delete, rename and move remote directories and files.
Benefits

A glimpse of ftp4j key benefits:

Connectivity:
      The ftp4j library can connect the remote FTP server:
          - Through a direct TCP/IP connection.
          - Through a SSL secured connection (FTPS).
          - Through a FTP proxy.
          - Tunnelling through a HTTP proxy.
          - Through a SOCKS 4/4a proxy.
          - Through a SOCKS 5 proxy.
          - You can add support to other proxies plugging your own connector, since the ftp4j connection manager architecture is modular.

Browsing the remote site
          - FTP LIST command support through extensible parser architecture. Bundled parsers can handle: UNIX style listing, MAC style, DOS style, NetWare style and variants, EPLF style. Moreover you can build your own parser and plug it in the library.
          - Clear object representation of directory contents.

Download and upload
          - Active and passive transfer mode support.
          - Binary and textual transfer type support, with optional and extensible type auto-selection.
          - Event-based transfer monitoring.
          - Transfer abortion support.
          - Transfer resume support.

Java exceptions
          - Structured exceptions let the developer know the real cause of any failure.

last updated on:
June 27th, 2012, 7:34 GMT
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developed by:
Sauron Software
license type:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ FTP

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What's New in This Release:
  • This version fixes a bug in the download routine, handling the "502 Command REST not allowed by policy" message the right way.
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