FTP from iOS but getting tsneterr: (67) Access denied: 530

Charles Warwick charles at techstrategies.com.au
Fri May 26 03:36:24 CEST 2017


Hi John,

Certain characters in usernames and passwords need to be URL encoded if you want to include them in a URL string.  The @ character is one of them.

Try something like his:

put urlencode("autoimage at jdoe.on-rev.com") into tUser 
put urlencode("xxxxx") into tPass
put the last image into URL ("ftp://"&tUser&":"&tPass&"@jdoe.on-rev.com/autoimage/images/newimage.jpg”)

Cheers,
    
Charles

-- Sent from my iPhone

On 26 May 2017 at 08:32:55 AEST, JOHN PATTEN via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
    
Hi All,

I’m trying to ftp and image from the photo gallery on iOS to my on-rev account.  I’m using the example:
------------
on mouseUp
mobilepickphoto “library"
--upload to FTP
put the last image into url ("ftp://autoimage@jdoe.on-rev.com:xxxxxxxxx@jdoe.on-rev.com/autoimage/images/newimage.jpg”)
--Informs of successful or unsuccessful upload
if the result is not empty then
answer "url put failed:" && the result
else
answer "success!”
end if
end mouseUp
——————

It is throwing and an error, tsnetterr:(67) Access Denied: 530.

I can use Fetch (a mac FTP client) just fine with the same credentials and upload an image with no problem. I don’t even have to give Fetch the full ftp directory, just the host.

What am I missing?

Thank you!

John Patten
SUSD
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