Spaces in folder names on server

Jim Ault JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 13 17:35:06 EST 2006


Could be a question of your ftp client doing a friendly white space
conversion for you. or the system clipboard.

Try in the message box ...

put "book|" & numtochar(20) &"|20spaced32|"&numtochar(32)&"|end"

on testThis  --try to determine which char the white space is
put url ("ftp://home/folder1/Test Folder/" into theDirListing
replace numToChar(20) with "20" in theDirListing
replace numToChar(32) with "32" in theDirListing
put theDirListing into msg
end testThis

Jim Ault
Las Vegas

On 11/13/06 2:05 PM, "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:

> Ken Ray wrote:
>> On 11/13/06 2:12 PM, "Jim Ault" <JimAultWins at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Get a directory for
>>> "/home/folder1/"
>>> "/home/folder1/ Test Folder/"
>>> and see if there is another character in the name, or if you have
>>> permissions set OK.
> 
> I copied the name via my ftp client and there are no extra spaces.
> Permissions should be okay, since if I remove the space then it works
> and the cgi reports the folder does exist.
> 
>> Another possibility is to use "+" instead of the space - I've seen that on
>> some servers...
> 
> Tried that. No go.
> 
> I've just been testing on my own server with a test setup and got the
> same results, so it isn't just the original server.
> 
> John Craig, how did you get it to work with Suse? Could you post a script?
> 





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