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Old 09-16-2005, 03:19 AM   #1
idolpx
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Lightbulb Delete on Successful Transfer Command?

I need to be able to transfer/delete files from a remote server to my local system.

I know I can just transfer then delete but I have to do this alot and it would be nice if I could just select all the files and click "Transfer/Delete" to transfer and delete the files in one step.

The sequence would be as follows.

1. Select local directory
2. Select remote files
3. Select "Transfer/Delete" command
4. Transfer File #1, If Successful Delete File #1
5. Transfer File #2, If Successful Delete File #2
6. Transfer File #3, If Successful Delete File #3
etc.

Can FlashFXP do this already? Can it be scripted some how?
Can this feature be added if it's not already supported in some way?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Old 09-16-2005, 06:54 AM   #2
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currently FlashFXP can not do it automatically.
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4. Transfer File #1, If Successful Delete File #1
what if transfer was successful but file is still corrupted?
ftp transfer will not show transmission corruptions.
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Old 09-16-2005, 10:52 AM   #3
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If the transfer is complete (matching name/size on both sides) and the file is corrupt then I'd have to say there is a much bigger problem somewhere else. You could have it popup a message asking if they are sure they want to do this or something.

For the files I'm transferring it wouldn't matter if I lost a few. It's non critical data and I'm willing to take a chance.

AceFTP has this feature but it's buggy and I like FlashFXP alot better.
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