> Is there an easier way to read a directory?

Yes, forget the event. Use the file. A FTP server send his directory list
just as a simple file. See FtpTst demo.

> Is there a simple demo which demonstrates browsing in a ftp
> directory structur? I think it´s a hard way
> to 'decode' all the lines like this one:
> "-rw-r--r--   1 moelski  moelski     18808 May 15 16:04 Historie.rtf"

No demo included with ICS. But this has been discussed a few times in the
past. Use the mailing list archive to search for that topic. Link is at the
"support" page at ICS website.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dominik Schmidt" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <twsocket@elists.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2006 8:52 AM
Subject: [twsocket] How to read directory with ftpclient?


> Hello,
>
> I want to read a directory from my ftp server. So I use this code to read
> the dir:
>   FTP.DisplayFileFlag    := True;
>   FTP.Passive            := True;
>   FTP.HostDirName        := '/LVsource/';
>   FTP.HostFileName       := '*.*';
>   DeleteFile(TEMP_FILE_NAME);
>   FTP.LocalFileName   := TEMP_FILE_NAME;
>   FTP.Cwd;
>   FTP.Dir;
>   FTP.DisplayFileFlag    := False;
>
> Then I use FTPDisplayFile for reading die results.
>
> procedure TMainForm.FTPDisplayFile(Sender: TObject; var Msg: String);
> begin
>   Log('DATA: "' + Msg + '"');
> end;
>
> Is there an easier way to read a directory? Is there a simple demo which
> demonstrates browsing in a ftp directory structur? I think it´s a hard way
> to 'decode' all the lines like this one:
> "-rw-r--r--   1 moelski  moelski     18808 May 15 16:04 Historie.rtf"
>
> Greetz Dominik
>
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