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Thread: Commons net 2.2 api

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    Default Commons net 2.2 api

    Hello,
    this is my first post. I'm using commons net 2.2 in a osgi project and I noted that invoking storeFile method it seems not giving exception when ftp transfer falis.
    I'm sure it fails because I'm testing the application on a full disk ftp server, so the files are no uploaded to it. Did someone note the same problem?
    Thank you all


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    Default Re: Commons net 2.2 api

    why don't you use this line here:

    boolean done = ftpClient.storeFile(RemoteFile, inputStream);
    inputStream.close();
    if (done) {
    System.out.println("The first file is uploaded successfully.");
    }

    Let me know if that helps

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