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listing the directory tree of an ftp site with java

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Dear all,

Please could you assist, as I'm trying to traverse my way through the directory tree structure of an ftp site.

To assist me, I'm using the sun.net.ftp.* package and I've also tried to implement a standard recursive algorithm, similar to that used on a local file system.

Please could someone shed some light on this.....

Thanx.. Kat-wu..
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I can recommend getting a ftp client library such as jFTP (http://www.geocities.com/beapetrovicova/)

There are tutorials on how to do this there...
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I'll have a look and get back to you........

Thanks..
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