Download ftp4j for Linux 1.7.1

A pure Java FTP client library
ftp4j for Linux
Developer : Sauron Software
Size : 0.29Mb
OS : Linux
Requirements : В· Java 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment
License : Freeware
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ftp4j is a Java client library that implements a full-featured FTP client. With ftp4j embedded in your application you can: transfer files (upload and download), browse the remote FTP site (directory listing included), create, delete, rename and move remote directories and files.BenefitsA glimpse of ftp4j key benefits:Connectivity: The ftp4j library can connect the remote FTP server: - Through a direct TCP/IP connection. - Through a SSL secured connection (FTPS). - Through a FTP proxy. - Tunnelling through a HTTP proxy. - Through a SOCKS 4/4a proxy. - Through a SOCKS 5 proxy. - You can add support to other proxies plugging your own connector, since the ftp4j connection manager architecture is modular.Browsing the remote site - FTP LIST command support through extensible parser architecture. Bundled parsers can handle: UNIX style listing, MAC style, DOS style, NetWare style and variants, EPLF style. Moreover you can build your own parser and plug it in the library. - Clear object representation of directory contents.Download and upload - Active and passive transfer mode support. - Binary and textual transfer type support, with optional and extensible type auto-selection. - Event-based transfer monitoring. - Transfer abortion support. - Transfer resume support.Java exceptions - Structured exceptions let the developer know the real cause of any failure.

What's New in This Release:
The FTPConnector has now a setUseSuggestedAddressForDataConnections() method that can be used to determinate if the connector should trust the address returned by the server in the response of a PASV command, or if it should rather connect to the same host used for the communication channel. A bug related to the auto noop timer has been fixed. Any call to SimpleDateFormat is now thread safe. There are enhancements in data transfer routines, which now are compatible with a larger set of servers and proxies.