Daniel Eriksson wrote:

>> Have you tried calling Abort on the data connection?
> Do you mean like this?
>   AFtpClient.DataSocket.Abort;
>   while AFtpClient.State <> ftpReady do
>   begin
>     Delay(1);
>   end;
> (note: Delay() is an improved version of Sleep() that I'm using).

That's bad practice, don't wait in a loop for async functions return,
why don't you use appropriate events to control program flow?
After DataSocket.Abort OnRequestDone should trigger a winsock error.

> The above code seems to work, but is it 100% safe to use? I mean, why
> use TFtpClient.AbortXfer if this one works for all FTP servers?

AbortXfer is a FTP command, DataSocket.Abort or DataSocket.Close is
just closing the data connection, anyway a server must handle this. 

Arno Garrels [TeamICS]

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