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FTP and DIR suffixes

Discussion in 'Support' started by Stephen Howe, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. Stephen Howe

    Stephen Howe

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    Hi

    1. If I do

    DIR *_P4.TXT

    I see all those TXT files that end with "_P4"

    2. Now if I do

    COPY "ftp:*_P4.TXT" C:\Inbound

    does the same syntax work for FTP connections?
    Has it always worked for previous versions of TCC/4NT ?

    Thanks

    Stephen Howe
     
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  2. Steve Fabian

    Steve Fabian

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    JP Software Forums" <neil@jpsoft.com>; "Stephen Howe wrote:
    | Hi
    |
    | 1. If I do
    |
    | DIR *_P4.TXT
    |
    | I see all those TXT files that end with "_P4"

    on your local (NTFS or FAT) drive.

    |
    | 2. Now if I do
    |
    | COPY "ftp:*_P4.TXT" C:\Inbound
    |
    | does the same syntax work for FTP connections?
    | Has it always worked for previous versions of TCC/4NT ?

    Most ftp servers use case-sensitive file systems. The wildcard processing is
    also different. within those limitations, your COPY command may work, or may
    fail. I often have problems with copying from an ftp server using a
    wildcard, and had the same problem in older command processor versions.
    --
    Steve
     
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  3. rconn

    rconn Administrator Staff Member

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    Stephen Howe wrote:


    Yes.


    Yes.

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     
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