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Is there an ftp client out there for access 2002?

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Does anybody know a good way to use ftp in an access program?

I was thinking of the shell command and tried it in code, but it will not
work because this server requires passive transfers and it seems the ftp in
dos does not have a setting for that.

Does anybody have any suggestoins?

Thanks
Danny
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Wow, that is great.
It worked!!

Much thanks for your help

Danny

"Chuck Grimsby" <c.*******@worldnet.att.net.invalid> wrote in message
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Requires passive? That's fairly odd.... Usually, system security
won't allow passive because of the (well documented) security risks
with that method. Oh, well... whatever.

If memory serves, you just type in "PASV" on the command line (or in
your script) to get into passive mode.

Or was it "literal PASV".... Can't remember. Search the net with
something like "PASV FTP.EXE Windows" and you should find it.
On Sat, 29 May 2004 04:24:03 GMT, "Danny" <da********@hotmail.com>
wrote:
Does anybody know a good way to use ftp in an access program?
I was thinking of the shell command and tried it in code, but it will not
work because this server requires passive transfers and it seems the ftp indos does not have a setting for that.
Does anybody have any suggestoins?

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