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I wrote a VB.NET application that gets data from a SQL database. I was connecting to the SQL server with an IP address. I have learned that the information will no longer be available from the database and that it will now be stored in a text file that I will need to FTP to the client. Any simple examples of how to go about this?

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There's a VB.NET FTP sample in Group 1 at:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/downloads/code/101samples/#bcl
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