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From Rana Bhattacharyya <>
Subject Re: ftpserver - user as a database
Date Fri, 21 Apr 2006 08:39:06 GMT

   I do not know how you have started the ftpserver.
The configuration is very much flexible. The current
implementation comes with two configuration types -
properties and xml. If there is no configuration,
sensible configuration parameters will be used. 

 If you start the FTP server using UI, you can choose
the configuration type. If you start it using command
line parameter and do not specify the configuration
type, default configuration will be used. You can
specify your configuration file using "-xml ftpd.xml"

Rana Bhattacharyya

--- Matt Anderson <> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I recently installed ftpserver and configured the
> ftpd.xml in the conf
> directory to use my mysql instance. The problem I am
> facing is it seems like
> it is not even looking at the xml configuration
> file. I even put in some
> illegal xml to see if an error occurs on startup
> however it starts without
> error... Is there something I am missing, should
> this ftpd.xml be located in
> a certain area, or some other configuration I need
> to change?
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
> all for taking the time
> to read this. Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Matt
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