MOVE from FTP directory to another FTP directory - bug??

Jun 7, 2008
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#1
Hi

Is this a bug?

I tried moving a group of files from a FTP directory to another FTP directory

[K:\]move ftp:ONPPLUS0912*.* "ftp:IPlusDataDec2009/"

I see the files the moved, but it is the message afterwards that is interesting:


:
ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/ONPPLUS091230.ZIP -> ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/ONPPLUS091230.ZIP
ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/ONPPLUS091231.ZIP -> ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/ONPPLUS091231.ZIP
TCC: 550 /tnsuk/DESCRIPT.ION: El sistema no puede hallar el archivo especificado
. "/tnsuk/DESCRIPT.ION"
31 files moved

Is TCC trying to update DESCRIPT.ION on the FTP site?
Is that correct?

Thanks

Stephen Howe
 
Jun 7, 2008
121
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#2
Using
TCC 12.11.70 Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]

I also get this with DEL
(In fact it semes to occur with any TCC command that maintains DESCRIPT.ION)

Deleting ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/ONPPLUS091228.ZIP
Deleting ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/ONPPLUS091229.ZIP
Deleting ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/ONPPLUS091230.ZIP
Deleting ftp://195.57.82.155/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/ONPPLUS091231.ZIP
TCC: 550 /tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/DESCRIPT.ION: El sistema no puede hallar el arc
hivo especificado. "/tnsuk/IPlusDataDec2009/DESCRIPT.ION"
31 files deleted

Cheers

Stephen Howe
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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#3
Hi

Is this a bug?

I tried moving a group of files from a FTP directory to another FTP directory

[K:\]move ftp:ONPPLUS0912*.* "ftp:IPlusDataDec2009/"

I see the files the moved, but it is the message afterwards that is interesting:
TCC always tries to update DESCRIPT.ION, regardless of where it is. However, it shouldn't be displaying an error message if it doesn't find DESCRIPT.ION. This is a result of a change in ipworks8.dll to fix a problem with active mode on MS ftp servers.

It is purely cosmetic and causes no harm (and will only appear when using IFTP). I will have a fix for it in build 71.