Re: [Clip] wsftp clip edited too much!
- Hi Jonathan,
>My problem at the moment is that the variables %ServerPath% and %Mode%C:\znet\WS_FTP Pro\ftp95pro -p peacebrigades -s local:"D:\files\ntbdocs\wthr_regex.txt" -d peacebrigades:/
>are going into the text file as literal text rather than as variables.
C:\znet\WS_FTP Pro\ftp95pro -p peacebrigades -s local:"D:\files\infile.txt" -d peacebrigades:/
C:\znet\WS_FTP Pro\ftp95pro -p peacebrigades -s local:"D:\files\infile3.txt" -d peacebrigades:/
Not so on this end (at least from what I see unless/until you provide as per Sheri's request), at least not yet anyway. I also tried it with ascii as the option and the ascii ended up in the TabXfer file.
Before I could run your clip, I had to remove some line breaks in a couple long lines. And while engaged in same, I noticed the need to also re introduce a missing space.
Like Sheri, I put a ^!goto end just after the TabXfer file creation.
- Hi Jonathan,
>I have been chopping away at Jody's wsftp clips because I didn't needMe neither I found out. <g>
>all the bells and whistles
>and I also couldn't get the clip to run. I took out as manyIt depends on whether you are using Pro or LE as far as what is
>variables as I didn't need and hard-coded whatever I could find.
>So I got the clip that uploads one file to work. But the clip
>that uploads multiple files still is foxing me.
happening, if I remember correctly. ;)
>I'm trying to have ^ServerPath^ have a default of / but be editable.I use one clickers for the most part. Try changing your forward
>^!Append %UploadFiles%=C:\znet\WS_FTP Pro\ftp95pro -p peacebrigades -s
>ndex%%")$" -d peacebrigades:^%ServerPath% ^%Mode%^%nl%
slash (/) to a backslash (\). I don't know if that is server or
ws_ftp (version) that causes it. I know I now presently use the
backslashes with a couple different servers. I remember at one
time I used /.
Please write me in private eMail or the Off-Topic list since this
doesn't really deal with NoteTab. TIA
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