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True if the transfer was performed,False otherwise. To get the details of the error, use ErrorInfo with the errMessage constant.Remark: The result may be incorrect on some Unix servers: an existing file may not be found.
Connection identifier, returned by FTPConnect.
Name and absolute (or relative) path of the file to get. This file is located on the FTP server. The different path sections are separated by "slashes" ("/"). Caution: the name of the directory is case sensitive. You must use the same case as the one used on the FTP server (uppercase/lowercase characters). No wildcard character (* or?) can be used. To retrieve several files, use FTPListFile beforehand to get the name of the files to retrieve.
An absolute path has the following format: "/<DirectoryName>/<FileName>". The tree structure has the following format: "/<DirectoryName>/<FileName>".A relative path has the following format: "<DirectoryName>/<FileName>". The tree structure has the following format: "/<CurrentServerDirectory>/<DirectoryName>/<FileName>".
When retrieving the file:if <Destination File/Directory> is a directory found on the current computer, the file to retrieve is copied to the destination directory.if <Destination File/Directory> is a file found on the current computer, the file to retrieve is copied and renamed.
Name and full (or relative) path of the destination file (or directory). A UNC path can be used.If this parameter corresponds to a name of an existing directory on the client computer, a file with the same name as the file to get is created in this directory.
Name of WLanguage procedure automatically called to check the transfer progress. This procedure can be a global method of the class (in the following format: <Class name>::<GlobalMethodName>).
Transfer mode used: ftpBinaryMode(Default value)Transfer performed in binary mode. The file is strictly identical between the sending and the receiving.ftpASCIIModeTransfer 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.
Managing the progress of the transfer
Rights of users
Relative and absolute path
AS/400 FTP server
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