unknown error in tFTPFileProperties

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unknown error in tFTPFileProperties

Hello,

I try to used the component tFTPFileProperties to compare two files by using MD5, but i have à problem when i checked the option "Calcule un Hash MD5"

The error : the method append(object) in the type Stringbuffer is not applicable for the arguments

 

Note : there is no problem when the option is not checked

 

Thanks.

 
 
 
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Re: unknown error in tFTPFileProperties

Hello,

Could you please indicate on which talend build version you got this issue? Would you mind posting your component setting screenshot on forum which will be helpful for us to address your issue quickly?

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: unknown error in tFTPFileProperties

hello,

i work with talend 6.0.

This is a screenshot for my component, now all is ok but when i checked "calcule un Hash MD5" i will have a bug

tFTPFileProperties.JPG

 

Thanks

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Re: unknown error in tFTPFileProperties

you will Select this check box to check the downloaded file's MD5.

is your file is MD5?

Manohar B
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Re: unknown error in tFTPFileProperties

Thanks for your reply but i didn't understand your note.

what meaning "is your file is MD5?"

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