FTP with java

Hi,
I want to develop an FTP client in java. I want to know that are their any ftp related functions that can tell me how many folders, sub-folders and files are there in the ftp directory. Also the size of the file. Some thing like FindNext windows API.
It should also has the ability to connect through proxy (fire wall).
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 That's why i am not proposing answers.

If you have seen so many questions,
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It was just to reduce the time for knowing things of questioneer.

If you did n't come to this question
what will happen ?.

Ok. Now onwards, i will put your name.

HI madill,

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m_adilAuthor Commented:
I've gone through the links, but cant find that how can to make an ftp connection through firewall access.
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heyhey_Commented:
FTP is application protocol.

if your firewall does NOT allow you to make FTP connections, you CAN'T make FTP connections.

what do you think people use firewalls for ?
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m_adilAuthor Commented:
OOps my fault. actually there was an proxy configuration problem.

>>what do you think people use firewalls for ?
security i think
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m_adilAuthor Commented:
i think points should go to ravindra76

Thanks to all.
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