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Queue Format (.fqf)

 

Queue file format (.fqf) for reference.

 

Each line consists of a single queue item and the fields separated by the (ASCII 1) character. Each line ends with a CR/LF.

 

Type

0 = file
1 = folder

2 = action file

3 = action folder

4 = action other

 

Transfer Direction

0 = -->
1 = <--
2 = Up Left
3 = Down Left
4 = Up Right
5 = Down Right
10+ =  failed transfer

 

When generating a queue file externally you can use the site name as shown in the site manager. Site names start with a (ASCII 2). Queue files created by FlashFXP start with (ASCII 3) followed by a 32bit hash in Hex format (8 characters in length) immediately followed by the site name.

 

For a FTP transfer you use - (ASCII 45) to identify the the local side.

 

Each line consists of the following fields separated by (ASCII 1)

 

1. Type
2. Direction
3. Source Host (site name, see #1)
4. Target Host (site name, see #1)
5. Source Filename (full path to source)
6. Target Filename (full path to target)
7. File Size

 

A line would consist of the following

<Type><ASCII 1><Direction><ASCII 1><Source Host><ASCII 1><Target Host><ASCII 1><Source Filename><ASCII 1><Target Filename><ASCII 1><File Size><CR><LF>

 

 The easiest way to obtain the site name is to open the sites.dat file in a text editor, the site name is the section name for the site and copy and paste the text because it includes special characters for group names, to make it easier, sites that you need to manually create queues for, you can simply create them in the root of the site manager so no group is used. this way they can be accessed directly by name shown in the site manager.

 

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