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get file from dir on Itanium in ftp

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I use apache common-net library to get file in FTP.
But it is impossible to do that in Itanium platform( 'put command' is possible but not 'get' ). It doesn't work.

Is there an library to get file in FTP on Itanium platform??

Thanks in advance
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what do you mean by Itanium platform?

Java is cross platform - do you have JVM for your Operating system ?
Does JVM working normally?

As far as I know apacjhe FTP is pure java, so it should work


Waht is your OS?
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by:gamjaradio
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I think there bug in apache FTP.

'itanium platfom' is the OS of HP-UX Itanium.
In the OS , the 'get' function of apache FTP is not working.
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>I think there bug in apache FTP.

but the bug specific to HP-UX Itanium; as apache FTP definietely works on other platforms.

Still, it is interesting waht do you observe?
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I think ftp of apache is impossible , so I choosed another ftp component able to do it on HP-UX.

Thanks for_yan.
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