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Which files do I need to have to be able to execute code that uses Management API to remotely manage a JSCAPE MFT Server?
Posted by Daniel Demecillo II, Last modified by Daniel Demecillo II on 22 December 2011 08:35 AM

If you plan to execute code that uses the Management API to remotely manage a JSCAPE MFT Server then you would have to copy the following files from your JSCPAPE MFT Server: 

- ftpserver.jar from libs directory and add it to your JVM classpath when compiling or executing your code.
- client.cfg, client.dat and ssl.cfg from the root directory.

You can do away with client.cfg if you instantiate the ManagerSubsytem using a ManagerConfiguration object as shown below but you have to make sure client.dat and ssl.cfg are on the directory where you are executing your code.

ManagerSubsystem manager = new ManagerSubsystem(new ManagerConfiguration("host", 10880, 60000, "adminuser", "adminpass"));

If you instantiate the ManagerSubsytem by passing it the path of the client configuration file as shown below:

ManagerSubsystem manager = new ManagerSubsystem("/path/to/client.cfg");

Then please make sure that client.dat and ssl.cfg are on the same directory as client.cfg.

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