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FtpPutFile

Posted on 2006-07-18
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FtpPutFile(hConnection, x, y, FTP_TRANSFER_TYPE_BINARY, 0)

I dont understand what "x" is supose to represent.  I have read up on it and still can not grasp it.  A killed string that refers to the document to be uploaded?

does someone have an example?  how should i save "x" and declare x?

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Question by:aboskoco
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by:priya_rifluxyss
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try this code
dim szFileLocal as string
dim szFileRemote as string
dim dwtype as long
dim bret as boolean
 bRet = FtpPutFile(hConnection, szFileLocal, szFileRemote, dwType, 0)

set the path of local file to "szFileLocal"
set the path of remote file to "szFileRemote"

example
szFileLocal="C:\xx.txt"
szFileRemote="/www/xxx/xx.txt"

This will work
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lpszLocalFile
[in] Pointer to a null-terminated string that contains the name of the file to be sent from the local system.

This parameter is were you specify the complete location of the file your going to upload to your FTP server, as shown in the example above by priya_rifluxyss.
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