FtpSiteDeployer is a Netbeans plugin. It is not a standalone FTP Client, it works only inside Netbeans IDE.
Allows you to upload a single file to an ftp server. Was designed and is particularly usefull for upload changes to a web site developed in Java. The connection data are stored in the root of the project. This plugin allows to transfer a single file or a folder from the project view inside the Netbeans IDE. The plugin add a voice to the contextual menu called “upload file”.
- Added settings window
- Added support for PHP projects
- Added support for Maven Web Projects (experimetal)
- Added optional auto-backup function
- Added connection icon
- Added custom FTP port support
- Added custom remote site base directory
Download NMB from netbeans plugins website
Download Sources from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ftpsitedeployer/ use SVN server
How to setup FTP Site Deployer
First of all you have to install the FTP Site Deployer Plugin. Check installation instruction in Netbeans Web Site How to Install a Plugin
When the plugin is installed you will find a new toolbar with “No main project” and a button with “…”
Now it’s time to open your web project and to setup your FTP Connection. Every Web Project can have a FTP Connection. The plugin can manage any number of web projects and switch from one to another project without problem. Open your web project and set it as Main Project
You need to do this manually.
Now it’s time to setup your FTP connection: click on the button in the FTP Plugin Tool bar and you will see the preferences panel:
It’s possibile to choose between three different kind of projects. It’s very important to match your project type, because every projects type has differents source path and build path.
Now from the right button menu (popup menu) in the project view you can choose the item “upload file”.
If you choose a java source file, the FTP Plugin automatically deploy in the remote FTP Server the class version of the selected source file. Before upload class files you have to build your project