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API Documentation for FTPClient

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Does anyone know where (URL) I can get the API documentation on the undocumented FTPClient and related classes?
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Question by:yongsing
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by:objects
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> documentation on the undocumented

U may have answered your own question :)

Why not use a documented one?

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by:gadio
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Heres a dump of the undoc API:

//---------------------------------------------------------


package sun.net.ftp;

// Imports
import java.lang.Object;
import java.lang.String;
import sun.net.TelnetOutputStream;
import sun.net.TelnetInputStream;
import java.net.Socket;
import java.security.PrivilegedAction;
import sun.net.TransferProtocolClient;
import java.io.IOException;

public class FtpClient extends TransferProtocolClient {

  // Fields
  public static final int FTP_PORT = 21;
  static int FTP_SUCCESS;
  static int FTP_TRY_AGAIN;
  static int FTP_ERROR;
  private Socket dataSocket;
  private boolean replyPending;
  private boolean binaryMode;
  String user;
  String password;
  String command;
  int lastReplyCode;
  public String welcomeMsg;
  public static boolean useFtpProxy;
  public static String ftpProxyHost;
  public static int ftpProxyPort;

  // Constructors
  public FtpClient(String p0) throws IOException { }
  public FtpClient(String p0, int p1) throws IOException { }
  public FtpClient() { }

  // Methods
  public static boolean getUseFtpProxy() { }
  public static String getFtpProxyHost() { }
  public static int getFtpProxyPort() { }
  public void closeServer() throws IOException { }
  protected int issueCommand(String p0) throws IOException { }
  protected void issueCommandCheck(String p0) throws IOException { }
  protected int readReply() throws IOException { }
  protected Socket openDataConnection(String p0) throws IOException { }
  public void openServer(String p0) throws IOException { }
  public void openServer(String p0, int p1) throws IOException { }
  public void login(String p0, String p1) throws IOException { }
  public TelnetInputStream get(String p0) throws IOException { }
  public TelnetOutputStream put(String p0) throws IOException { }
  public TelnetInputStream list() throws IOException { }
  public void cd(String p0) throws IOException { }
  public void binary() throws IOException { }
  public void ascii() throws IOException { }
  static  { }

  // Inner classes
  class FtpClient$1 implements PrivilegedAction {

    // Constructors
    FtpClient$1() { }

    // Methods
    public Object run() { }
  }
  class FtpClient$2 implements PrivilegedAction {

    // Fields
    private final int[] val$result;

    // Constructors
    FtpClient$2(int[] p0) { }

    // Methods
    public Object run() { }
  }
}


//----------------------------------------------------------
package sun.net;

// Imports
import java.lang.String;
import java.util.Vector;
import sun.net.NetworkClient;
import java.io.IOException;

public class TransferProtocolClient extends NetworkClient {

  // Fields
  static final boolean debug = 0;
  protected Vector serverResponse;
  protected int lastReplyCode;

  // Constructors
  public TransferProtocolClient(String p0, int p1) throws IOException { }
  public TransferProtocolClient() { }

  // Methods
  public int readServerResponse() throws IOException { }
  public void sendServer(String p0) { }
  public String getResponseString() { }
  public Vector getResponseStrings() { }
}
//----------------------------------------------------------
package sun.net;

// Imports
import java.io.InputStream;
import java.io.FilterInputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

public class TelnetInputStream extends FilterInputStream {

  // Fields
  boolean stickyCRLF;
  boolean seenCR;
  public boolean binaryMode;

  // Constructors
  public TelnetInputStream(InputStream p0, boolean p1) { }

  // Methods
  public void setStickyCRLF(boolean p0) { }
  public int read() throws IOException { }
  public int read(byte[] p0) throws IOException { }
  public int read(byte[] p0, int p1, int p2) throws IOException { }
}


//---------------------------------------------------------
package sun.net;

// Imports
import java.io.BufferedOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.OutputStream;

public class TelnetOutputStream extends BufferedOutputStream {

  // Fields
  boolean stickyCRLF;
  boolean seenCR;
  public boolean binaryMode;

  // Constructors
  public TelnetOutputStream(OutputStream p0, boolean p1) { }

  // Methods
  public void write(int p0) throws IOException { }
  public void write(byte[] p0, int p1, int p2) throws IOException { }
}
//----------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps

gadio
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