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Oh, come on, please!!
How hard really is it to type "SFTP java" in to google and hit enter???
I think its time for the "Java Forum IE Bar".
The user simply types his / her query in to the bar, and a new post is sent to the "Java Programming" forum - possibly cross posted to several other forums for added effect.
Once others have done the required google searches on behalf of the user, the responses are collected, sent back to the client, and the user is transported to the page of interest.
Heck, we could even be ultra hip and cool and implement it with ajax techniques.
(sorry, bad day.)
No, I showed the OP how to find google :)Well, seems not difficult to find, it's ranking first. (I suppose you do know the "failure"-->[I feel lucky] joke?)
Only problem is, the users would be posting here asking how to use it.
I think its time for the "Java Forum IE Bar".It wouldn't work some of them are probably usnig Firefox or another browser.
It wouldn't work some of them are probably usnig Firefox or another browserThe people posting these sorts of questions?
I doubt it.
Sorry, but the advice searching this on google is not that easy.
If I would ask for, "how to create a JTable"
than you all would be right, "search on google!"
because most of the examples are usable.
Of course I already searched on google.
Searching on goole is faster than writing this post, this is out of question.
But I was looking for an Open Source Library which is also to be recommended,
means it's easy to use and works accurate.
Of course you get hundreds of links in google, by searching "Java sftp".
But how do you know which one is good one?
Non of you guys could answer to this question, except you already use it
or you already read or heard about it.
And what was my intention?
=> To get a recommendation, and not a lesson about searching on google (By the way, why not yahoo :))))
For those who may also interessted using Java and SFTP, http://www.networkworld.com/columnists/2005/050205internet.html
or directly http://www.jcraft.com/jsch/index.html
Your original post was very vague and certainly gave the impression (to me at least) that no prior research had been undertaken.
Obviously in your case, this assumption on my part was incorrect.
However, had your original post contained more context (e.g, you were looking for an open source offering, wanted to know what people which had used such libraries thought of them, etc), you would have probably received more helpful responses.
Its just a "sign of the times" unfortunately :o)
try the following:
includes support for SFTP, SCP and FTP/S protocols.