Or maybe FTP access? I've seen a lot of talk about automatic FTP transfers on the list, maybe you can filter the topics and grab something from there?
Just a few cents to throw in :)
Greg Macek wrote:
This topic may have been covered before, but I couldn't find any info on it.We have a Cobalt RaQ4 that serves up all our intranet sites, a couple of which will have forms for uploading files that are related to records stored in a DB. I'm not planning on storing the files in the DB, don't worry. :) However, the files themselves will not be stored on the RaQ, but a different file server on the network which has substantial space for files. What is the best way to go about this? Have the file uploaded to a temp. location on the RaQ and FTP it to its final destination? Or is there a way to automatically redirect the file? I've considered NFS for this, but I'm unsure if the RaQ has tools for mounting NFS shares. Ideas/comments welcome. Thanks. - Greg
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