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CFTPTransferDlg v1.0 - The FTP Protocol

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A dialog implementation that performs a FTP file transfer.
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  • Sample Image - FTPTransferDlg.gif

    Introduction

    CFTPTransgerDlg provides an MFC dialog which performs FTP uploads and downloads similar to the Internet Explorer download dialog as shown above.


    History
    Usage
    Contacting the Author


    History

    v1.0 (4 January 2000)
    • Initial public release.


    Usage

    To use CFTPTransferDlg in your project simply include FTPTransferDlg.cpp/.h from the test application in your application and #include "FTPTransferDlg.h" in whichever files you want to use the class in. You should also copy over all the IDS_FTPTRANSFER_.. string resources, the IDD_FTPTRANSFER dialog resource and the IDR_FTPTRANSFER_ANIMATION "avi" resource. To bring up the dialog to upload / download a specific file, just use some code like the following:

    CFTPTransferDlg dlg;
    dlg.m_sServer = _T("ftp.some-site.com");
    dlg.m_sRemoteFile = _T("/somefile.ext");
    dlg.m_sLocal = _T("c:\\somfile.ext");
    dlg.m_bDownload = TRUE;
    dlg.m_bBinary = TRUE;
    if (dlg.DoModal() == IDOK)
       AfxMessageBox("File was downloaded successfully");
    

    You should also have a look at the CFTPDlg::OnDownload() and CFTPDlg::OnUpload() code in the sample application.


    Contacting the Author

    PJ Naughter
    Email: pjn@indigo..ie
    Web: http://www.naughter.com
    4th January 2000


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    PJ Naughter

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    Comments and Discussions

     
    QuestionLicence?? Pinmemberpippo pioppo8-Dec-11 23:49 
    GeneralVirus FakeIE_i PinmemberjohnTorresBarreto9-Jun-11 9:29 
    QuestionWould it be better if the ftp upload would have been independednt of the GUI ? PinmemberVikrant for VC++15-Nov-06 11:56 
    AnswerRe: Would it be better if the ftp upload would have been independednt of the GUI ? Pinmemberpjnaughter3-May-07 13:26 
    Generalprotocol implementation Pinmemberraian_blore6-Dec-05 19:53 
    Generalhelp , please Pinmemberdynamica12316-Oct-05 4:07 
    GeneralRe: help , please PinmemberColby50025-Jul-06 4:03 
    GeneralUploading images PinmemberJack_pt16-Jan-05 15:39 
    GeneralRe: Uploading images PinmemberTomas Jakl19-Jan-05 14:35 
    GeneralText is one long line PinmemberJack_pt11-Dec-04 15:37 
    When I write a text file to my hard disk, the lines are separated by \n and it displays as one would expect. But when I upload this file to my host, the text is displayed in one long line. It I add \r\n instead of just \n at the end of each line, the effect is reversed - my hard disk file is one long line and the remote file is displayed on separate lines. I've tried using both binary and ascii upload modes. This probably is not a problem with this project but since it only shows up when using it I thought it would be worth asking. Is there a way to have one file work for both situations? Currently I'm creating two files with the only difference being the \r in one of them.
     
    Jack

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