|Subject:||Re: IIS FTP on W2k3, Indy 10, directory listing problem|
|Posted by:||J. Peter Mugaas (oma002…@mail.wvnet.edu)|
|Date:||Sat, 5 Feb 2005|
On Sat, 05 Feb 2005 14:04:44 +0800, Michael J. Leaver wrote:
> Hi, I'm having a problem with the FTP service on Windows 2003. If it's
> configured to return directory listings in Unix format, then there is no
> problem. However, if it's configured to return listings in MS-DOS format
> (the default) then there is a problem.
> It doesn't support MLSD/MLST. The output, for example, for doing a list
> command is:
> 02-05-05 01:44PM <DIR> test1
> Indy is taking this entire string as the filename.
> Any ideas?
I have investigated the problem and I determined that it was in the TOPS20
parser. I ran your list sample through a sample program and I did file
your sample in our VCS FTP list sample collection.
I did check in a fix. The thing is a bug in one parser can create problems
parsing other directory lists and I've seen that before. TOPS20 is a
especially tricky but that's just a legacy system that was replaced by VMS
although some hackers chose Unix.
J. Peter Mugaas - Indy Pit Crew
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IIS FTP on W2k3, Indy 10, directory listing problem posted by Michael J. Leaver on Sat, 05 Feb 2005