Re: Indy 9 + FTP question

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Subject: Re: Indy 9 + FTP question
Posted by:  Joe Pool (jpo…
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2005

Sorry about that last Test.  Anyway...

Create a temp string value and copy the Indy FTP filename into it.  Convert
this temp string to lower case and compare it to your lower case filename.
If they match, download the file.  Wouldn't that work?

"J. Clarke" <jclar…@docstorsys.NOSPAMcom> wrote in message
> We've had an FTP server and an app that would download updates running for
> a
> number of years.  We have recently changed our FTP server to a new
> machine/new OS....anyway, certain files would no longer FTP.  We tracked
> it
> down to it being related to the case of the filename we are retrieving
> (i.e.
> all uppercase vs. all lowercase/mixed case).
> Has anybody experienced this particular issue.  Is there a way for me to
> ignore case in th TidFTP component?
> Jeff



In response to

Indy 9 + FTP question posted by J. Clarke on Fri, 3 Jun 2005