Niklas Gustavsson closed FTPSERVER-89.

    Resolution: Won't Fix
      Assignee: Niklas Gustavsson

Seems like we can't fix this as it's not in any official RFC

> Full support for MDTM
> ---------------------
>                 Key: FTPSERVER-89
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FTPSERVER-89
>             Project: FtpServer
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Core
>    Affects Versions: WISHLIST
>            Reporter: Tony Zhou
>            Assignee: Niklas Gustavsson
>            Priority: Minor
> The MDTM support seems incomplete in current system, right? The current MDTM 
> supports only retrieving of file's last modification time, rather than 
> changing the file's last modification time. 
> Here is the full MDTM spec:
> Overview
> The MDTM command provides the ability to retrieve and set date/time 
> information for a file on the server. If a single argument is specified, it 
> must be a filename for which date/time information is being requested. If two 
> arguments are supplied, the first argument is the date/time to apply to the 
> file, and the remaining argument is the file to apply that time to. When 
> specifying the date/time information, it must be in the following format:
> Y - four digit year
> M - two digit month
> D - two digit day of the month
> H - two digit hour (0..23)
> X - two digit minute (0..59)
> S - two digit second (0..59)
> Format
> MDTM <name><crlf> (returns the date/time for the file)
> MDTM YYYYMMDD <name><crlf> (sets date for the file)
> MDTM YYYYMMDDHHXXSS <name><crlf> (sets date/time for the file)
> Returns
> 213 - Command successful.
> 421 - The server is off-line or is going off-line.
> 501 - Syntax error in parameters or arguments. This usually results from an 
> invalid or missing file name.
> 502 - Command not implemented. This will be returned if MDTM support is not 
> enabled on the server.
> 530 - No user is currently authenticated on the command channel.
> 553 - File name not allowed, or file type banned.

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