I may need to do an FTP via conventional ASP since I can't get a batch file to run in ASP.NET or ASP, which, among other things the batch file was going to do a command line FTP as the last command. <BR><BR>Thanks,<BR>Dan
Yeah I think I'm going to have to use an old fasioned asp page to do it as well (even though the rest of the app is in .net) I can't belive there isn't a .net class to do the job. Until we can persuade the nice people at Microsoft to provide one, here's the link for the asp method.<BR><BR>http://www.codetoad.com/asp_ftp.asp<BR><BR>Its probably not up to much industrial strength ftp but for the likes of relatively small numbers of html and text files should do. Having said that I've transferred entire 10+ page websites using it without any problems.