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Posted on 1998-09-19
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I have the standard Delphi3 ISP3 components.
I am having problems uploading a local file to an internet server.

Does anyone have a piece of code that uploads a file to an internet server?
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Check Francois Piettes FREE! components at http://www.rtfm.be/fpiette/indexuk.htm. They are much better than the Delphi ones and there is an example of a full FTP client program.
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Downloaded the component.

No *.dpk files in zip!

Installed winsock.pas...Two components were added, but not FTPCLI

Installing FTPCLI.pas is recursive.
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I've just downloaded FTPCLI and I can see that you are right. Originally, I downloaded the complete package, ICS, and that one has all the files.
If you don't want to download the whole package, you might send a email to Francois to tell him about the problem. Usally, he's very responsive.
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Thanks.
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