Work against ftp (Indy)

here is what i do from a command window

ftp some_ip

when I have logged in i type a commando :

quote rcmd strs36prc prc(PZQUOORD) curlib(TSLOAD)

(This starts a job.)

Howo can I do this using indy component?

I tried id1.SendCmd('quote rcmd strs36prc prc(PZQUOORD) curlib(TSLOAD)')

and that did not work
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Couldnt you just use a WINEXEC command instead straight to windows?
Trying to find an example ...
you might want to try:
id1.quote('rcmd strs36prc prc(PZQUOORD) curlib(TSLOAD)');

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Indy ftp client component has this function SendCmd(string);

so after connection do this

IndyFTP.SendCmd('strs36prc prc(PZQUOORD) curlib(TSLOAD)');

i think it should work. =)
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