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Re: Transfer Folder Using Net::FTP

by claree0 (Hermit)
on Oct 14, 2004 at 09:42 UTC ( #399143=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Transfer Folder Using Net::FTP

Why not show us what you've tried so far - it'll make it much easier to help.

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Re^2: Transfer Folder Using Net::FTP
by kicap (Novice) on Oct 15, 2004 at 02:51 UTC
    actually i have write some script that transfer a single file using Net::FTP...And its work...below i quote my script...
    > $ftp_server = "***.***.***.***"; > $login = "roime"; > $password = "roimepuniran"; > $upload_to_dir = "/flow/flowBig"; > $input_file = "/flow/netflow"; > $new_file_name = "lyidia.pl"; > > ================================================================= > > my $ftp; > print "Connect From : ", $addr->peerhost(); > #Display Message > > $ftp = Net::FTP->new($ftp_server, Debug => 1) or warn +"Cannot connect to the ftp host"; > > $ftp->login($login,$password)or die $ftp->message; > $ftp->pwd or die $ftp->message; > $ftp->cwd($upload_to_dir) or die $ftp->me +ssage; > $ftp->binary(); > > $ftp->put($input_file, $new_file_name) or warn "...Not upload..";
    Do u have any idea, how can i distribute tis script, by that way i can transfer a folder taht contains files, instead of a single file transfered...
      If you want to do it the easy way, then you could useNet::FTP::Recursive.

      However, if you want to improve your perl skills, then I'd suggest breaking down the process into steps:

      * Create the target folder on the FTP server
      * Find the filenames for the current directory that need to be transferred. I'm assuming that you're using Windows so `dir /b` would be one way of getting a list of filenames.
      * Transfer each of those files to the target server.

      If your folder contains sub-folders then you'll need to use recursion.

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