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Hi Experts,

I would copy input file using URL(for input only)  from one server to another ... How it can be done ?

Thank you.
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by:objects
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the server u are copying the file to would need to provide some means to copy files to it
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????? please explain
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you cannot just copy a file to any server for obvious reasons.
Do you control the server you want to copy the file to?
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by:fpoyavo
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The problem I guess is that the file is PDF. Can it be copied ?
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Yes. Both servers are owned by my company.
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by:fpoyavo
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Can PDF file be read ? I guess it has to be some method or something just to copy without reading a content :( ???
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> The problem I guess is that the file is PDF. Can it be copied ?

yes thats fine

> Yes. Both servers are owned by my company.

and where will the copy be performed from? ie. which machine
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> I guess it has to be some method or something just to copy without reading a content :( ???

yes you'd just read the bytes and copy them directly.
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eg. if you were running on the server that you wanted to copy to it would be easy.

InputStream in = pdfurl.openStream();
OutputStream out = new BufferedOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(pdfname));
byte[] buf = new byte[1024];
int nread = 0;
while (-1!=(nread=in.read(buf)))
{
   out.write(buf, 0, nread);
}
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It say that file is damaged and cannot be repaired. ????
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by:fpoyavo
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It did write it to my temp dir but cannot be opened. ???
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It is OK :))))))) YAHOOOO THANK YOU.
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:)
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