The goal is to demonstrate a successful implementation of the JESPA java library running on Linux (we prefer CentOS ).
The JESPA library is capable of creating a windows active directory folder / shared folder.
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Using JESPA create a class which triggers an event when a remote user:
Checks to see if a windows share is available
Opens a connection to the windows share
Copies a file to the windows share
The jar will read the text based configuration file which allows the user to modify the common configuration settings of JESPA. If the text based configuration files does not exist it will be created with the default settings.
The project will be considered complete when a Windows XP machine can see the JESPA share on the windows network and is able to copy a file into that JESPA share.
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The deliverable will be a Java class file and any required instructions for configuration in Linux.