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FTP Images issue from WinTel to Unix server

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hi There

I am running a bat file that FTPS tif files from a Windows machine to a unix machine.I am having a problem that some of the images are not being rendered properly on the unix machine.

Is there a way I can ftp the files so that the byte values do not change when the files are ftp'd to the unix machine.



See HEX comparison attached

According to the screen shot, the value “0A” (00001010) in the original file (WinTel) is being dropped on the (Unix) system after transmission.

Thanks Stanton
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by:Ernie Beek
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Just to ask the obvious, did you set the type to binary when sending?
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by:Stanton_Roux
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No and I have just been told by somebody else to do that.
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Well, that's allready two persons telling you to give that a try ;)
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