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#1 JimM

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:20 PM

On attempting to overwrite a file on the destination server (using FXPFile), I get the result ftpErrorWrongReply. Is this what I should get on an attempted overwrite of an existing file?

The entry in the log is..

[20090324 17:13:19] 550 Could not create file "xxx"

Is the sequence for overwriting a file then, check to see if file exists on the destination, if it does delete it, then start the fxp transfer??

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:54 PM

Please post the complete log.

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Posted 25 March 2009 - 08:03 AM

Please post the complete log.


OK - here is the log. The first transfer succeeded (file did not exist on the destination) and the second one failed (file already present on destination)

[20090324 17:08:51] SmartFTP FTP Library v1.5.17.24[20090324 17:08:51] Resolving host name "10.80.20.20"[20090324 17:08:51] Connecting to 10.80.20.20 Port: 21[20090324 17:08:51] Connected to 10.80.20.20.[20090324 17:08:51] 220 [20090324 17:08:51] USER anonymous[20090324 17:08:51] 331 User name anonymous, need password[20090324 17:08:51] PASS test@test.com[20090324 17:08:51] 230 User anonymous logged in. There are currently 1 users.[20090324 17:08:51] SYST[20090324 17:08:51] 215 Blah File System - Unix style list format[20090324 17:08:51] RTT: 0.792 ms[20090324 17:08:51] FEAT[20090324 17:08:51] 211-Extensions supported[20090324 17:08:51]     UTF8[20090324 17:08:51] 211 End[20090324 17:08:51] OPTS UTF8 ON[20090324 17:08:51] 200 Using UTF8 character set[20090324 17:08:51] TYPE I[20090324 17:08:51] 200 Using binary for file transfers[20090324 17:08:51] REST 0[20090324 17:08:51] 350 RESTarting at 0. Send STOR or RETR to initiate.[20090324 17:08:51] PWD[20090324 17:08:51] 257 Current directory is: "/"[20090324 17:08:51] PORT 10,80,10,10,4,41[20090324 17:08:51] 200 PORT command successful[20090324 17:08:51] STOR /fs0/testjim/testfile.m2v[20090324 17:08:51] 150 Opening data connection.[20090324 17:11:17] 226 File transfer completed.[20090324 17:13:18] SmartFTP FTP Library v1.5.17.24[20090324 17:13:19] Resolving host name "10.80.20.20"[20090324 17:13:19] Connecting to 10.80.20.20 Port: 21[20090324 17:13:19] Connected to 10.80.20.20.[20090324 17:13:19] 220 [20090324 17:13:19] USER anonymous[20090324 17:13:19] 331 User name anonymous, need password[20090324 17:13:19] PASS test@test.com[20090324 17:13:19] 230 User anonymous logged in. There are currently 1 users.[20090324 17:13:19] SYST[20090324 17:13:19] 215 Blah File System - Unix style list format[20090324 17:13:19] RTT: 0.883 ms[20090324 17:13:19] FEAT[20090324 17:13:19] 211-Extensions supported[20090324 17:13:19]     UTF8[20090324 17:13:19] 211 End[20090324 17:13:19] OPTS UTF8 ON[20090324 17:13:19] 200 Using UTF8 character set[20090324 17:13:19] TYPE I[20090324 17:13:19] 200 Using binary for file transfers[20090324 17:13:19] REST 0[20090324 17:13:19] 350 RESTarting at 0. Send STOR or RETR to initiate.[20090324 17:13:19] PWD[20090324 17:13:19] 257 Current directory is: "/"[20090324 17:13:19] PORT 10,80,10,10,4,42[20090324 17:13:19] 200 PORT command successful[20090324 17:13:19] STOR /fs0/testjim/testfile.m2v[20090324 17:13:19] 550 Could not create file "/fs0/testjim/testfile.m2v"


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Posted 25 March 2009 - 10:41 AM

It's a problem with the FTP server.

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