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TFTP in a console application ?

Posted on 1997-05-14
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I need to use the TFTP components from the Internet Solution
Pack (given with Delphi 2.0 Client/Server Release) in an
application without a form.
I want to know how to implement this, how to implement the
events of a non-visual component out of a form.
For now, here is what I tried, it don't work !
program ftpsrv;

uses
  SysUtils,
  Classes,
  Windows,
  WinSvc,
  NTObj,
  SvcObj,
  DB,ISP;

type
{$R *.RES}
var ftpbdd : TDataBase;
    ftpc : TFTP;


{ this is never called unless FTpStateChanged is an event
of the component }
procedure ftpc.FTPStateChanged(Sender: TObject; State: Smallint);
begin
  with FTP do
    case State of
      prcConnecting   : MessageDLG('Connecting',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
      prcResolvingHost: MessageDLG('Connecting',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
      prcHostResolved : MessageDLG('Host resolved',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
      prcConnected    : MessageDLG('Connected',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
      prcDisconnecting: ;
      prcDisconnected : ;
    end;
end;

begin
ftpc:=TFTP.Create(Nil);
ftpc.Password:='3il@hol.fr';
ftpc.RemoteHost:='192.9.200.2';
ftpc.RemotePort:=21;
ftpc.UserId:='anonymous';
ftpc.Connect('192.9.200.2',21);
{in fact i've look at the State variable, my component
never connect}
ftpc.ChangeDir('/');
ftpc.RemoteFile:='docserveurNT4.htm';
ftpc.GetFile('./docserveurNT4.htm','c:\essai.htm');
MessageBeep(Word(-1));
end.

Thanks for your help 8°)
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Question by:apostoly
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erajoj earned 400 total points
ID: 1336230
Try this:
   .
   .
   .
procedure FTPStateChanged(Sender: TObject; State: Smallint);
begin
  with (Sender as TFTP) do
  case State of
    prcConnecting   : MessageDLG('Connecting',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
    prcResolvingHost: MessageDLG('Connecting',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
    prcHostResolved : MessageDLG('Host resolved',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
    prcConnected    : MessageDLG('Connected',mtInformation,[mbOK],0);
    prcDisconnecting: ;
    prcDisconnected : ;
  end;
end;
   .
   .
   .
ftpc.OnStateChanged := FTPStateChanged;
   .
   .
   .

Hope this helps!

///John
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by:apostoly
ID: 1336231
thanks a lot, I didn't know how to react the events
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