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is there exe file in java to get all files from Linux server to client pc

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Actually the scenario is that we have to create utility that get all files under the desire directory from the server and place it on client pc where the utility were run

Could you pls guide any way which help to achieving such utility and doesn't need to install any software any client side.

Thanks
  • 1. Re: is there exe file in java to get all files from Linux server to client pc
    gimbal2 Guru
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    user-Keen wrote:
    Could you pls guide any way which help to achieving such utility and doesn't need to install any software any client side.
    Build it using a development platform that compiles directly to the native platform?

    Using Java you have the option of bundling a runtime with your application. Then all you need is a shell script to easily boot it up using the bundled runtime.
  • 2. Re: is there exe file in java to get all files from Linux server to client pc
    EJP Guru
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    Re: is there exe file in java to get all files from Linux server to client pc
    No, there is no utility in Java that will do that. I don't know why you would think otherwise.
    It's not a file management system.
    Actually the scenario is that we have to create utility that get all files under the desire directory from the server and place it on client pc where the utility were run
    So create it. But this is now becoming a completely different question.
    Could you pls guide any way which help to achieving such utility and doesn't need to install any software any client side.
    That depends entirely on what software is installed on the client side. In any case this is not (yet) a Java programming question.

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