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Keywords: iFtpCmd APPE Append Local Remote FTP file
On a computer that has Windows Internet Explorer 7 installed, you may be unable to use an FTP application to upload a file to a remote server. This problem occurs if the application is based on WinINet FTP functions. CAUSE This problem occurs because of an access violation that is caused by the underlying InternetWriteFile WinINet API function. When you use an application that is based on WinINet FTP functions to upload a file to a remote server, the remote file is created by using the APPE FTP command. However, when the operating system tries to use the InternetWriteFile function to write the file, this access violation occurs. It will require a Windows Hotfix. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/934376
;Append a local file to an file on the FTP server. localfile = 'c:\test\test.txt' ; local file to append ftpfile = '/usr/home/test/test.txt' ; ftp file to append to AddExtender( "WWINT44I.DLL" ) tophandle = iBegin( 0, "", "" ) conhandle = iHostConnect( tophandle,"ftp.windowware.com", @FTPPASSIVE, "", "" ) If conhandle == 0 Message( "ERROR" , "Unable to connect to host" ) Exit EndIf cmdhandle=iFtpCmd( conhandle, 'APPE', ftpfile, @ASCII ) If cmdhandle==0 err=iGetResponse() Message("iFtpCmd Error",err) iClose(cmdhandle) iClose(conhandle) iClose(tophandle) Exit EndIf iWriteData(cmdhandle, localfile) iClose(cmdhandle) iClose(conhandle) iClose(tophandle) Exit
Article ID: W17616
Filename: iFtpCmd APPE Example.txt
File Created: 2017:07:28:13:58:46
Last Updated: 2008:12:05:12:01:36