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I am trying to download a selected FTP file from an FTP site in ASP.Net and VB.Net.

Earlier I was having problems that the box wasnt registering my selection being made, but now it is.

However, when I go to download the file I get an error message that says:

'The requested URI is invalid for this FTP command.'

It is pointing to the following code:

Dim ftpResponse As FtpWebResponse = ftp.GetResponse()

I have set up the FTP Request as thus:

Dim ftp As FtpWebRequest = DirectCast(FtpWebRequest.Create("ftp://xx.xx.x.xx/In/"), FtpWebRequest)

Is it saying that the URL for the ftp site I am providing is incorrect?

Or does this mean something else?

Thanks in advance.

Dan

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Hi crishlay,

Thank you, but I can upload files.

I want to download a file.

Thanks,

Dan

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Hi Pgmer,

Ok then I will do that now.

In the meantime, if I am selecting a value from a checkboxlist, what would I say when providing a path of where to save the file?

Would I do: "C:\" & CheckBoxList1.SelectedItem.Text?

Or would it be something else?

What I am asking, is, what would the type be of the file being stored in the CheckBoxList?

Many Thanks,

Dan

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What is checklist box here? what is the item it hold? Can you please explain ?
your working in ASP.NET web page? or windows application?

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Hi Pgmer,

I am produing a site in Visual Studio 2010.

I am scripting in VB.Net and ASP.Net.

Basically, when a user logs in to the system, they click on a page and it loads up with a CheckBoxList that gets the FTP directory details - so displays a list of all files currently on the FTP site.

I am trying to do it so that I click a file and click download.

At the moment, I get an error saying that the URI is invalid for the FTP command which is this:

Dim ftpResponse As FtpWebResponse = CType(ftp.GetResponse(), FtpWebResponse)

I dont know what to do.

Thanks,

Dan

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So your checlist item will give you the source where the file is and u need to provide the path where you want source file to be downloaded...

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Yes basically, I am a bit confused by it and am after a bit of advice on how to accomplish this.

Thanks,

Dan

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