libURLftpCommand help required please....

Jim Bufalini jim at visitrieve.com
Sat May 22 15:20:36 CDT 2010


And fourth, which version of Rev are you using?

Aloha from Hawaii,

Jim Bufalini

Mark Schonewille wrote:
 
> Hi Bob,
> 
> First of all, we'll need to know the result or any errors that occur.
> Second, it seems that you forgot a few quotes:
> 
> put libURLftpCommand("LIST","ashford.ca","test at ashford.ca","myTest")
> into fld "results"
> 
> and third the address almost always consists of 3 elements, e.g.
> ftp.ashford.ca
> .
> 
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> 
> Mark Schonewille
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> On 22 mei 2010, at 21:38, Bob Earp wrote:
> 
> >
> > I'm trying to send an ftp command to a site, and being a neophyte at
> > these things I'm not having much success.  This is what I'm using,
> > what's wrong with it ?
> > put libURLftpCommand("LIST",ashford.ca,test at ashford.ca,"myTest")
> > into fld "results"
> > The example above is using LIST as the ftp command,  ashford.ca as
> > the host address, test at ashford.ca is the username and myTest is the
> > password.  If I use the same parameters in FileZilla all works OK.
> > Yes, these are all real parameters, at least until I get things
> > going and delete the ftp site ;-)
> > Eventually I'm hoping to read & write permissions of a file in that
> > location.  When I finally get things going I promise I'll share a
> > sample app that demos how this all works, for anybody who is
> > interested.  Then again, maybe there is one already out there
> > somewhere ?
> > Many thanks in advance, Bob...
> > Bob Earp - White Rock, British Columbia
> 
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