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Posted on 2009-05-12
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hi All,
         i'm trying to upload a file to FTP server. but i'm not able to upload and could not any err message. please verify mycode and help me

strucking at this line        
OutputStream os= cconn.openUploadStream(targetfile); // STRUCKING HERE

IF not can u plz some links code snippets for upload to FTP

FTPupload.java

=======================

import java.io.File;

import java.io.FileInputStream;

import java.io.OutputStream;
 
 

public class FTPupload {

    protected FTPclientConn cconn;

    public final String localfile;

    public final String targetfile;
 

    public FTPupload(String _host, String _user, String _password,

         String _localfile, String _targetfile) {

  cconn= new FTPclientConn(_host, _user, _password);

  localfile= _localfile;

  targetfile= _targetfile;

  doit();

    }

    public FTPupload(String _host, String _user, String _password, String _file) {

  cconn= new FTPclientConn(_host, _user, _password);

  localfile= _file;

  targetfile= _file;

  doit();

    }
 

    protected void doit() {

  try {
 

       OutputStream os= cconn.openUploadStream(targetfile); // STRUCKING HERE
 

       FileInputStream is=  new FileInputStream(localfile);

      byte[] buf= new byte[16384];

      int c;

      while (true) {

    //System.out.print(".");

    c= is.read(buf);

    if (c<= 0)  break;

    //System.out.print("[");

    os.write(buf, 0, c);

    //System.out.print("]");

      }

      os.close();

      is.close();

      cconn.close(); // section 3.2.5 of RFC1738

  } catch (Exception E) {

      System.err.println(E.getMessage());

      E.printStackTrace();

  }

    }
 

    public static void main(String args[]) {

  // Usage: FTPupload host, user, password, file

//  new FTPupload(args[0], args[1], args[2], args[3]);

     new FTPupload("xxx.xx.xx.xx:21","UN","PWD","C:\\Test.txt","Upload\\test.txt");  	

    }
 

}
 
 
 
 
 
 

FTPClientConn.java

================================
 

import java.io.*;

import java.net.*;
 
 

class FTPclientConn {

    public final String host;

    public final String user;

    protected final String password;

    protected URLConnection urlc;
 

    public FTPclientConn(String _host, String _user, String _password) {

  host= _host;  user= _user;  password= _password;

  urlc = null;

    }

    protected URL makeURL(String targetfile) throws MalformedURLException  {

  if (user== null)

      return new URL("ftp://"+ host+ "/"+ targetfile+ ";type=i");

  else

      return new URL("ftp://"+ user+ ":"+ password+ "@"+ host+ "/"+ targetfile+ ";type=i");

    }
 

    protected InputStream openDownloadStream(String targetfile) throws Exception {

  URL url= makeURL(targetfile);

  urlc = url.openConnection();

  InputStream is = urlc.getInputStream();

  return is;

    }
 

    protected OutputStream openUploadStream(String targetfile) throws Exception {

  URL url= makeURL(targetfile);

  urlc = url.openConnection();

  OutputStream os = urlc.getOutputStream();

  return os;

    }
 

    protected void close() {

  urlc= null;

    }

}

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>      new FTPupload("xxx.xx.xx.xx:21","UN","PWD","C:\\Test.txt","Upload\\test.txt");    


try:

     new FTPupload("xxx.xx.xx.xx:21","UN","PWD","C:\\Test.txt","Upload/test.txt");    

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If this is not part of a homework or something similar, why reinvent the wheel?

Thry this allready finished FTP Client for java from the apache guys:
http://commons.apache.org/net/
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commons net provides a nicer ftp client if you're interested

http://commons.apache.org/net/

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getting this err
java.io.FileNotFoundException: CWD devt2009: 550 devt2009: The system cannot find the file specified.
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check your paths are correct and the required directory exists

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Path is correct and able to upload from my FTP client but not thru program
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same user and relative path?

whats the devt2009 directory it is referring to?

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acually thats an absolute path you are using

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I think your approach is not going to lead you to the result you want.
I couldn't find any of the FTP protocol communication. All you do, is to connect to a certain host and port and then sent all the data ...

The URLConnection does only the simplest of the simple processing. I doubt it implements the FTP protocol specified here: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc959.txt

Here is a link on best practices regarding Java and FTP. They state your current approach only works in some conditions and is propably going to fail in most cases:
http://www.nsftools.com/tips/JavaFtp.htm
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@Objects
for absolute n relative paths getting same err.
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Can anyone Please give the working sample
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