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Stored procedures
ConstantAffectsUsed by the functions
ftpAccessType of date/time: Date/Time of the last access to the fileFTPDate, FTPTime
Versions 21 and later
ftpActiveMode
New in version 21
ftpActiveMode
ftpActiveMode
Active connection to the FTP server.
During a file transfer, the client takes the initiative for the transfer. This type of connection may be refused by some protected FTP servers.
FTPConnect
ftpASCIIModeFile transfer performed in ASCII mode: This mode is used to transfer data between two different types of operating systems, from UNIX to Windows for example: the transferred file is changed into the ASCII format of destination system.FTPSend, FTPGet
ftpBinaryModeFile transfer performed in binary mode: the file received is exactly identical to the file sentFTPSend, FTPGet
ftpCreationType of date/time: Date/Time of file creationFTPDate, FTPTime
ftpDirectoryElement to find: search performed on the directories onlyFTPListFile
ftpErrorAuthentificationNotifies a connection error caused by an identification problemFTPConnect
Versions 21 and later
ftpExtendedPassiveMode
New in version 21
ftpExtendedPassiveMode
ftpExtendedPassiveMode
Extended passive connection to the FTP server (EPSV mode).
When transferring files, the server takes the initiative for the transfer. This type of connection is used to step over some "firewalls".
If the server does not support the extended passive mode (the FEAT command is sent to the server to find out the capacity), the connection is crippled in simple passive mode.
FTPConnect
ftpFileElement to find: search performed on the files onlyFTPListFile
Versions 18 and later
ftpIgnoreExpiredCertificate
New in version 18
ftpIgnoreExpiredCertificate
ftpIgnoreExpiredCertificate
The certificate date is ignored.FTPConnect
Versions 18 and later
ftpIgnoreInvalidCertificate
New in version 18
ftpIgnoreInvalidCertificate
ftpIgnoreInvalidCertificate
The certificate is ignored.FTPConnect
Versions 18 and later
ftpIgnoreInvalidCertificateName
New in version 18
ftpIgnoreInvalidCertificateName
ftpIgnoreInvalidCertificateName
The site name specified in the certificate is ignored.FTPConnect
Versions 18 and later
ftpIgnoreRevocation
New in version 18
ftpIgnoreRevocation
ftpIgnoreRevocation
The certificate revocation is ignored.FTPConnect
ftpModificationType of date/time: Date/Time of the last modification made to the fileFTPDate, FTPTime
Versions 19 and later
ftpParameterMode
New in version 19
ftpParameterMode
ftpParameterMode
Used to choose the operating mode of FTP. Two modes are available:
  • the functions for FTP management use the "wininet" module of Windows. This mode corresponds to the default operating mode of FTP functions.
  • the functions for FTP management use an module independent of Windows and support the UTF8. Caution: In this mode, FTPCommand is not supported.
Versions 19 and later
FTPParameter
New in version 19
FTPParameter
FTPParameter
Versions 21 and later
ftpPassiveMode
New in version 21
ftpPassiveMode
ftpPassiveMode
Passive connection to the FTP server (PASV mode).
When transferring files, the server takes the initiative for the transfer. This type of connection is used to step over some "firewalls".
Note: If the connection to the server is in IPV6, the connection will be performed in extended passive mode (because the passive mode does not support IPV6).
FTPConnect
Versions 16 and later
ftpProxyNone
New in version 16
ftpProxyNone
ftpProxyNone
Allows to cancel the use of the FTP proxy.FTPProxy
Versions 16 and later
ftpProxyOpen
New in version 16
ftpProxyOpen
ftpProxyOpen
Type of proxy to use: FTP proxy requiring the "OPEN" command.FTPProxy
Versions 16 and later
ftpProxySite
New in version 16
ftpProxySite
ftpProxySite
Type of proxy to use: FTP proxy requiring the "SITE" command.FTPProxy
Versions 16 and later
ftpProxyUserSeparate
New in version 16
ftpProxyUserSeparate
ftpProxyUserSeparate
Type of proxy to use: FTP proxy requiring the "USER" command and the "PASS" command separately.FTPProxy
Versions 16 and later
ftpProxyUserTogether
New in version 16
ftpProxyUserTogether
ftpProxyUserTogether
Type of proxy to use: FTP proxy requiring the "USER" command with the user and the password.FTPProxy
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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