Watch for creation, renaming or removal of files and subfolders within any specified folder.
JxFileWatcher supports different file system types and always uses the best algorithm for monitoring file system events in a specified watching directory.
You will be able to receive notifications about events when access or modification date is changed.
You can watch for all file events or just for specified by the event and file filters. The files can be watched inside the selected folder only or including all its subfolders.
Be notified about any changes to file size and attributes. These are System, Hidden, Read only and Archived attributes for Windows platforms, and Read, Write and Execute attributes for Linux and Mac systems.
Java applications which need to monitor folders. For example, a media management application that should be notified when user adds a new media file to a watched folder.
A: Yes, you can use it if you include jxfilewatcher-1.4.partial.jar to application classpath instead of jxfilewatcher-1.4.jar.
A: No, JxFileWatcher does not use this approach. It always uses file system notifications to detect the changes.
A: JxFileWatcher reports all file system events to its listeners and number of events greatly depends on the file watcher settings and a watched folder.
A: The fully-qualified name for a class is the package name followed by the class name, separated by a period (.). For example:
A: This can be any class of your application. The only requirement is that it should be included into your Java application class path.
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A: Our licensing is based on versions of JxFileWatcher. Having purchased the licence for our product you get the right to use the current major version of the product.
A: All minor version updates are free of charge. For example, if you have a licence to library version 1.x, you can receive all updates until the version 2.x is released. You can check the version of your licence in the jxfilewatcher.lic file.
A: Upon purchase of licence you will receive a licence archive. The archive will contain two JARs: development.jar and runtime.jar. Development.jar is the licence that should be used in development process. Runtime.jar should be used to distribute your application to end users. Inside the development.jar you can find the jxfilewatcher.lic file that contains information about your licence.
A: Major version upgrades should be purchased. You can upgrade your licence to a major version with a 25% upgrade discount. The licence upgrade includes renewal of the Standard Support pack.
A: You can distribute unlimited number of copies of your product with our library enclosed. Please use Runtime Licence for distribution of your product.
A: Runtime Licence is provided free of charge.
A: Please take a look at the Product Licence Agreement.
A: Yes, you can purchase JxFileWatcher Source Code Licence; it is provided on a per developer basis. Please contact our sales team if you are interested in this option.
A: You may want to purchase a Project licence, which is more cost-effective in case there are 3 and more developers on the team.
A: Project licence is bound to a single project you do, but it allows any number of developers in your company to work with our library.
A: When we say “project” we have in mind one product of your company including your future product versions or potential derivative works based on your product.
A: The best solution would be to purchase the Company–wide licence, which covers any number developers and projects in one company.
A: No. The Project licence is tied to one project only.
A: Yes, our licences are tied to a company, not to a specific developer. You can transfer licences to other developers provided that the number of developers, working on your team equals the number of licences purchased.
We provide licences for institutions, educators, students and researchers for the duration of the project or a study.Apply You will need to submit a reference letter from your supervisor (for students) or proof of participation in research project.