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Integration with FileZilla

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Hi all, just wondering if AutoIt can integrate with FileZilla. For example, how can I open a saved FTP site, upload, download, disconnect, etc., while running FileZilla?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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I too am interested in if this is possible. I want to be able to get to a sftp site which can't be done by the FTP UDF (that I know of).

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View _Ftp in help file,you dont need filezilla,if you need help i help you

Good Job

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View _Ftp in help file,you dont need filezilla,if you need help i help you

Good Job

Thanks for the reply, but this doesn't help at all.

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Anyone have any ideas?

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One more time - can anyone help?

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use mousemove ()

mouseclick()

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use mousemove ()

mouseclick()

I'm talking about specifically integrating with FileZilla, not having to use mousemove and mouseclick and calculate coordinates.

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On XP C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\FileZilla - check out all the XML files. You'll need to parse them so search this forum for reading XML.

Then you can use the help file to connect using the _FTP as mentioned above. Or you can do it like this http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Command-line_arguments_(Client)

But the question that was asked of you earlier in the thread is why do you need to keep filezilla in the loop? AutoIt can do everything you need it to do without using an external program for FTP.

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On XP C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\FileZilla - check out all the XML files. You'll need to parse them so search this forum for reading XML.

Then you can use the help file to connect using the _FTP as mentioned above. Or you can do it like this http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Command-line_arguments_(Client)

But the question that was asked of you earlier in the thread is why do you need to keep filezilla in the loop? AutoIt can do everything you need it to do without using an external program for FTP.

I have a bunch of saved sites and I figured it would be easier to just use that data from FileZilla instead of hard-coding it in a autoit script. This would be better for security as well.

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You can gather the sites from FileZilla and use the built in FTP functions. That's the ideal way to do it. My only concern is getting the passwords. I haven't looked at those files.

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