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How to do multible FTP uploads

Posted on 1998-10-01
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Hi guys.
I have made a program which uploads an web page to my server.
Thats no problem, but i don't seem to be able to test when the upload has finished, and then start a new one!

What i want to do is upload about 10 pages to my server, and then the program should terminate by it self!
As i said, i managed to start the uploading of ONE file, but how do i find out when the current upload is done, and its safe to start a new one?

I hope someone can help, as this is really driving me mad!
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Question by:freak022398
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Here is the code I use to upload files :

Inet.Execute Inet.URL, "PUT " & gsCheckDirectory & sRacine & gsWord & " " & LCase(sRacine & gsWord)
FTPWaitForResponse
If (Inet.ResponseCode <> 0) Then
   Log "Error uploading WORD file for " & sRacine, LOG_TYPE_ERROR
     
   ' *** Close the connection
   Inet.Execute Inet.URL, "CLOSE"
   FTPWaitForResponse
           
   SendFTP = False
   GoTo END_FTP
End If


Sub FTPWaitForResponse()
   ' *** After executing an FTP command, we have to wait for it to complete
   ' *** before we undertake any further processing.

   Do Until Not Inet.StillExecuting
       DoEvents
   Loop

End Sub

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by:freak022398
ID: 1437611
Hmm, that doesnt seem to work!
What i probably forgot in my own atempts it the

  Do Until Not Inet.StillExecuting
     DoEvents
  Loop

lines, but the do until say it need an expression !?
What couldt be wront?

Martin.

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by:waty
ID: 1437612
It is pure VB, you could also do as following :

Do while Inet.StillExecuting
   DoEvents
Loop

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by:dave_show
ID: 12895633
Dear ppl

This code worked perfect form me
the call to FTPwaitForResponse must be placed before
inet.execute

Sub FTPWaitForResponse()
   ' *** After executing an FTP command, we have to wait for it to complete
   ' *** before we undertake any further processing.
    Do While Inet1.StillExecuting
        DoEvents
    Loop
End Sub
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