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Default iNet Control Problem


I am trying to do the FTP using the iNet control in VB 5.0.
I am using the GET method to download a file, but when i use the following statement:

inet1.Execute "FTP://xxx.xxx.xx.xx", "GET testing.tst D:\FTPTestInVB\data\testing.tst"

I trapped the ResponseInfo it says that "File does not exists" and in the response info the file name was written in a capital letter like "TESTING.TST".

I renamed the file on unix server from "testing.tst" to "TESTING.TST".

Now i am able to download it.

The problem is if i send the file name in any case the iNet control is capatalising this file somewhere.

How can i stop iNet control to capatalising the file name.

The same problem is happening during the Upload.
It creats a file in capital letter.

Gireesh Sahu

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