alex at harryscollar.com
Tue Mar 6 08:40:47 CST 2007
You could try retrieving the directory through a cgi process that also
returns a meta info related to the event.
Richard Miller wrote:
> Tied into this is that getting a directory from the server is obviously
> just as prone to failure as getting any file from the server since it's
> all a wireless call either way and the signal could drop at any time.
> What's the most reliable way to verify that the directory call went
> through correctly? Seems the only way is to check "the result", since
> the contents of a given directory could be empty to begin with (meaning
> we can't compare the value that comes back to see if it is empty, since
> it might have been empty to start with). It's unclear of the issues we
> are encountering in repeatedly trying to get a directory if prior
> attempts fail. Can/should a directory ftp call be unloaded (i.e. via
> unload URL) before trying a second time?
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