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dropDrive

  • dropdrive-cmd is simple java command line application for uploading file(s) to Dropbox.
  • dropdrive-core is core library which provide ability for uploading file(s) to Dropbox.

dropDrive as command line application

Usage

usage: dropdrive [-a <code>] [-d <dir>] [-f <file>] [-h] [-l] [-p <props>] [-v]

-a <code> - process authorization
-d <dir> - directory for upload; creates new one if no directory exists; default is dropdrive-uploads
-f <file> - upload files
-h - show this help
-l - display authorization link
-p <props> - path to dropDrive properties file
-v -show dropDrive version

How to authorize application

  1. generate authorization URL:
    dropdrive -p dropdrive.properties -l
  2. copy and paste URL to your browser to receive authorization code
  3. authorize application with received authorization code:
    dropdrive -p dropdrive.properties -a <code>

How to upload files

Upload file(s) to Dropbox:
dropdrive -p dropdrive.properties -f <file1> <file2> <file3>

Files are uploaded to dropdrive-uploads directory by default.

If you want to change upload directory:

  • change dropdrive.uploadDir property in properties file
  • or pass directory in -d <dir> argument:
    dropdrive -p dropdrive.properties -f <file> -d <path>/<to>/<dir>

How to use properties file

  • dropdrive.accessToken - Dropbox access token; this property is updated automatically by dropDrive
  • dropdrive.uploadDir - path to dir where files will be uploaded: <path>/<to>/<dir>

dropDrive as core library

dropDrive core can be used in any other application to provide ability for uploading file(s) to Dropbox.

Usage

  1. add implementation of IDropDriveCredential interface to spring context or use SimpleDropDriveCredential or extend AbstractDropDriveCredential
  2. provide client key as dropdrive.core.drive.clientKey property in spring context
  3. provide client secret as dropdrive.core.drive.clientSecret property in spring context
  4. import dropDrive spring context with <import resource="classpath:dropdrive-core-context.xml" /> or using annotation @Import(net.czpilar.dropdrive.core.context.DropDriveCoreContext.class)
  5. autowire IFileService and use file uploading methods

License

Copyright 2019 David Pilar

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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