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Indy Sockets FTP Get() Function

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I'm using Indy Sockets for some automation. I FTP files to a UNIX and Linux
server, run the files using SSH and then FTP them back locally. Everything
seems to work find until FTPing back to the local computer. For some reason
the Get function doesn't seem to get the whole file in on a few occasions.
It will get most of the file and then go on to another file. It is only
certain files and it can be somewhat random so I'm really having trouble
trying to figure it out. I'm ready to give up on the function and just
create a batch file that calls the command line FTP and run a script that
way, but it is nice to show a progress bar by having it all done with Indy.

Has anyone experienced a similar problem with the Get function in Indy
Sockets?

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

Here is a link to my solution.
http://www.onteorasoftware.com/downloads/indy.zip

Ken
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I'm using Indy Sockets for some automation. I FTP files to a UNIX and Linux
server, run the files using SSH and then FTP them back locally. Everything
seems to work find until FTPing back to the local computer. For some reason
the Get function doesn't seem to get the whole file in on a few occasions.
It will get most of the file and then go on to another file. It is only
certain files and it can be somewhat random so I'm really having trouble
trying to figure it out. I'm ready to give up on the function and just
create a batch file that calls the command line FTP and run a script that
way, but it is nice to show a progress bar by having it all done with Indy.

Has anyone experienced a similar problem with the Get function in Indy
Sockets?

--
Dustin
--
http://www.LDSPDA.com
http://www.Shiblon.com
http://www.getafreelancer.com/affili....php?u=xhenxhe


Nov 21 '05 #2

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Thanks, but not helpful. I'm guessing it's just a bug in Indy. I'll have
to just go with plan B.

Ken Tucker [MVP] wrote:
Hi,

Here is a link to my solution.
http://www.onteorasoftware.com/downloads/indy.zip

Ken

Nov 21 '05 #3

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