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get file from FTP client (Indy component FTPServer)

Posted on 2004-04-10
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Hi there folks

I would like to have som code for recive a file from a FTP client. Im trying to do a ftp server with the indy component.

In the demo they just show how to retrive a file. and i know nothing of how to use tfilestream


plz help me

Regards

J
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It would be nice to have to code for append too

thanks!
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