[jira] [Commented] (VFS-201) FTP is failing by saying "File doesn't exist" even the file exists and a valid file.

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[jira] [Commented] (VFS-201) FTP is failing by saying "File doesn't exist" even the file exists and a valid file.

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Radoslaw Wisniewski commented on VFS-201:
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I'm facing the same problem with 29 February like Oliver Haider. I’ve detected two conflicting libraries in my claspath: commons-net-1.4.1 and commons-net-2.0.  After removing the older one, all worked fine and 29 Feb was not a problem anymore.
               

> FTP is failing by saying "File doesn't exist" even the file exists and a valid file.
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: VFS-201
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VFS-201
>             Project: Commons VFS
>          Issue Type: Bug
>         Environment: Linux
>            Reporter: Satish Kumar Kommuri
>
> Hi,
> We are facing a strange problem with vfs file transfer from one of the FTP locations. Java code throws the FileSystemException by saying "<particular file> does not exist". On the other hand, FTP to that site and wget are working.
> Moreover, from the same machine we are able to FTP from the command line and able to download the file using get command.
> And also, wget works fine. No idea the same is failing from java.
> Please find the code snippent below:
>  FileSystemOptions fso = new FileSystemOptions();
>  SftpFileSystemConfigBuilder.getInstance().setStrictHostKeyChecking(fso, "no");
>  FileObject sourceFileObject = fsm.resolveFile(sourceUri, fso);
>  String sourceFilePath = sourceFileObject.getName().getPath();
>  FileObject targetFileObject = fsm.resolveFile(targetUri, fso);
> FileObject tfo = targetFileObject;
> if(tfo.getType() == FileType.FOLDER)
> tfo = targetFileObject.resolveFile(sourceFileObject.getName().getBaseName());
> LOGGER.info("The URI is a file");
>        LOGGER.info("Remote Path: [" + sourceFileObject.getName().getPath() + "] Local Path: [" + tfo.getName().getPath() + "]");
> copyFile(sourceFileObject, tfo);
> copyFrom method:
>  private void copyFile(FileObject sourceFileObject, FileObject targetFileObject)
> {
> targetFileObject.copyFrom(sourceFileObject, new AllFileSelector());
> copiedFiles.add(sourceFileObject.getName().getPath());
> } catch (FileSystemException e)
> {
> failedFiles.add(sourceFileObject.getName().getPath());
> failedFileExceptions.add(e);
> LOGGER.error("Exception in FileTransferAgent:copyFile "+e);
> }
> }
> exception is:
> Exception in FileTransferAgent:copyFile org.apache.commons.vfs.FileSystemException: Could not copy "ftp://usename:password@ipaddress/home/blrproj/console.out" because it does not exist.
> org.apache.commons.vfs.FileSystemException: Could not copy "ftp://usename:password@ipaddress/home/blrproj/console.out" because it does not exist.
>         at org.apache.commons.vfs.provider.AbstractFileObject.copyFrom(AbstractFileObject.java:858)
>         at FileTransferAgent.copyFile(FileTransferAgent.java:153)
>         at FileTransferAgent.copyFiles(FileTransferAgent.java:131)
>         at FileTransferAgent.main(FileTransferAgent.java:238)

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