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From David Latorre <dvl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How do you specify a custom file system?
Date Thu, 03 Jun 2010 07:35:38 GMT
I'm glad you solved your problem!

AFAIK, we  don't have any example of FTPFileSystem  which implements
permissions (be it DB-based or otherwise) so if you were able to
contribute it ( i don't know if as an example or even as an
alternative FileSystem implementation) many of our users would be

If you have any other problem with FTPServer or any suggestion to
improve the product, we'll be glad to help :-)


2010/6/2 Toli Kuznets <tkuznets@marinsoftware.com>:
> Gentleman,
> I sincerely apologize and withdraw my previous question due to user
> error - I was editing the wrong Spring file, and hence was seeing the
> error. My bad!
> I see that you need to supply the FileSystemFactory to the
> <ftp:filesystem> setup, and that supplies the User object to the
> FileSystem.
> I think I can work with that, and I probably don't need to set the
> FtpContext....
> thank you very much for the great design!
> On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 10:48 AM, Toli Kuznets
> <tkuznets@marinsoftware.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm trying to specify a custom file system implementation to be users
>> when users log in. I want to use one shared directory, and depending
>> on user permissions, i'll need to show different set of visible
>> directories to them. All the permissions will be coming from a db.
>> I've noticed that there's a <ftp:filesystem> element in the ftp:server
>> definition, but i can't seem to get the right Spring syntax to load it
>> up.
>> I've tried this:
>> <ftp:server id="ftpServer" anon-enabled="false" max-anon-logins="-1">
>>   <ftp:filesystem>
>>       <bean id="filesystem" class="com.marin.plugin.MarinFileSystem"/>
>>   </ftp:filesystem>
>> </ftp:server>
>> However, when i try running it i get the following error:
>> BeanDefinitionParsingException: Configuration problem: Cannot locate
>> BeanDefinitionParser for element [filesystem]
>> Offending resource: class path resource [ftpserver-config.xml]
>> What is the correct way to specify the filesystem?
>> And a follow up question: How do you specify the FtpServerContext for
>> the file system to be used? The FileSystem interface doesn't have any
>> user information, and all my directory decisions must b edone based of
>> the user that's browsing the file system.  I can crate the
>> serverContext and pass it to my file system,but i need to have the
>> FtpServer use that context.... I didn't see any mention of the context
>> in the Spring configs.
>> thanks.

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