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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

VALUABLE FTP COMMANDS - A Quick Overview


This post will display the basic FTP commands with its purpose. Just a quick overview.

VALUABLE FTP COMMANDS:

ascii
Set ftp to transfer a text (ASCII) file.
binary
Set ftp to transfer a binary file, probably a program or database of information.
bye
Quit the ftp program. Note that quit is an alias for bye.
cd dir
Change the remote directory to dir.
close
Close the current connection
dir
Print a listing of files in the current remote directory.
get
Transfer a file from the remote system to your local system.
help
Access the application’s help system.
lcd dir
Change the current directory on the local system to dir or to your home directory if no argument is given.
ls
List the files in the current remote directory (try this: The output is usually different than the dir command produces).
mget
Multiple get—get files with a wildcard matching capability (example: mget *.c).
mput
Multiple put—put files with a wildcard matching capability (example: mput *.html).
open
Open a connection to the specified remote machine.

prompt
Control whether or not to ask for confirmation of each file transferred if using mget or mput.
put
Put a file onto the remote system from the local system (example: put index.html).
pwd
Show the present working directory on the remote system.




5 Responses to “VALUABLE FTP COMMANDS - A Quick Overview”

Sree said...
March 14, 2012 at 8:26 AM

Hi Sir,

Please let me know the API to create UOM and UOM Conversion in inventory.

Thanks in advanced,
Sreehari.


Team search said...
March 14, 2012 at 9:38 AM

Hi Sree,

There is an API to import UOM conversion in Oracle Apps R12. Below link will help you..

http://www.shareoracleapps.com/2011/03/api-to-create-item-specific-uom.html


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Sreehari said...
March 22, 2012 at 4:11 AM

Hi,

Thanks for providing API. its very useful.

I am having one more requirement. I need to upload manufacturers part numbers. Please let me know API to create manufacturers part number.

Thanks in advance,
Sreehari.


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