|Subject:||Re: Reading the "answers" ( 220 ) from the FTP server|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 1 Feb 2005|
"Paulo Germano" <pg…@bol.com.br> wrote in message
> i just have a little question...... when i log into my localmachine ftp
> using FlashFXP i get all that info ( the info is shown on the footer of
> this message ).. i would like to show it also on my FTP client
> application... how do i capture this info from the server i connect ??
When you first connect, the Greeting property is updated with the intro
text. Every command that is sent after that updates the LastCmdResult
property, which has a Text subproperty.
> Connecting to localhost
> Connected to localhost -> IP=127.0.0.1 PORT=21
The OnStatus event can be used for those.
> 220-Serv-U FTP Server v5.1 for WinSock ready...
All of that introductory text is stored in the Greeting property. You an
also use the OnBannerBeforeLogin event.
> AUTH TLS
The only way to get the actual commands that TIdFTP is sending over the
socket is to attach a TIdConnectionIntercept class, such as TIdLogEvent, to
the connection's IOHandler.Intercept property. Then you can use the
Intercept's OnSent, OnReceived, and OnStatus events.
Reading the "answers" ( 220 ) from the FTP server posted by Paulo Germano on Tue, 01 Feb 2005