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; Function Name: _FTPPutFolderContents()

; Description: Puts an folder on an FTP server. Recursivley if selected

; Parameter(s): $l_InternetSession - The Long from _FTPConnect()

; $s_LocalFolder - The local folder i.e. "c:\temp".

; $s_RemoteFolder - The remote folder i.e. '/website/home'.

; $b_RecursivePut - Recurse through sub-dirs. 0=Non recursive, 1=Recursive

; Requirement(s): DllCall, wininet.dll

; Author(s): Stumpii



Func _FTPPutFolderContents($l_InternetSession, $s_LocalFolder, $s_RemoteFolder, $b_RecursivePut)

; Shows the filenames of all files in the current directory.

$search = FileFindFirstFile($s_LocalFolder & "\*.*")

; Check if the search was successful

If $search = -1 Then

MsgBox(0, "Error", "No files/directories matched the search pattern")



While 1

$file = FileFindNextFile($search)

If @error Then ExitLoop

If StringInStr(FileGetAttrib($s_LocalFolder & "\" & $file), "D") Then

_FTPMakeDir($l_InternetSession, $s_RemoteFolder & "/" & $file)

If $b_RecursivePut Then

_FTPPutFolderContents($l_InternetSession, $s_LocalFolder & "\" & $file, $s_RemoteFolder & "/" & $file, $b_RecursivePut)



_FTPPutFile($l_InternetSession, $s_LocalFolder & "\" & $file, $s_RemoteFolder & "/" & $file, 0, 0)



; Close the search handle


EndFunc ;==>_FTPPutFolderContents

maybe you know how to modify this UDF top feet my needs :)

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You were so close, just switch the put with get and do a search to get this:


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