FTP client component library for Xbase+ provides direct and simple control of the FTP protocol from an Xbase++ application program. Transfer, rename, delete, list, and append files. Create and remove server directories. Supports proxy servers. MarshallSoft Xbase++ FTP client component library of functions (FCE4XB) provides direct control of the FTP protocol from an Xbase application program.The FTP Client Library uses a simple API to easily write programs that: Connect to any FTP server. Get a list of files on the server. Navigate the server directories. Specify ASCII or BINARY transfer mode. List files. Download files (with wildcard support). Upload files (with wildcard support). Delete files. Rename files. Append files. Create and remove server directories. Transfer mutiple files. Parse long directory listings. Use with the internet or an intranet (LAN). Resume file transfers from any offset. Change files names while being uploaded or downloaded. Specify the FTP or data port. Supports passive mode (use with firewalls). Supports many proxy servers. Supports multiple concurrent FTP sessions. Specify the FTP or data port. Display progress bars. Create FTP programs that run in the background. Includes 31 functions and several switches as well as multiple examples to create FTP client applications. Supports all versions of Alaska Xbase++. Does not depend on support libraries. Makes calls to Windows API functions only. Can also use with C/C++ (Visual C++ .NET, C#), Visual Basic, VB.NET, VBA, PowerBASIC, Delphi, Visual dBase, Visual FoxPro, and COBOL. Order with or without C source code for the DLL. Programmer`s, Reference and Users Manuals provided. Requires Alaska Xbase++. Supports Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/2003/XP.
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