You could also try Go to Solution 13 Comments LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Visual Basic.NET 3 Message Expert Comment by:knoton2006-02-09 Have you checked if you have a working connection Anyone? > > > > > > > >So many questions, so little time... > > > > > > > >Many thanks > > > > > > > >Andrew Anyone? > > > >So many questions, so little time... > > > >Many thanks > > > >Andrew Mortimer > > > > > > > > > > > I've included a code sample below, has anyone else had this or > similar problems ?? > Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated, > Thanks in Advance, > Ryan Kestle Tue, navigate here
How do you guys think that I can solve this? they were the > same excepting a SIZE request/parameter as explained in my first post. > > Thanks for your replay. > > Andrew > > > "Monte Hansen"
it tells > me 'uses passive FTP semantics' not that the explanation makes it any > clearer to me. > > The Host is FTP Serv-U on NT4. > > Under Answer: We have had various reports with WinInet returning 12003 for various WinInet Functions. The responses don't seem to relate to the iftpPut.
like this ConnectToServer("ftp.sunet.se, 21, Passive, "Anonymous","[email protected]") 0 Message Author Comment by:Carolinat2006-02-21 Thank you Knoton, it works perfect. Here's my code. Connect with top rated Experts 8 Experts available now in Live! Ftp 12003 Well let me rather say that I have tried a few other > >flags to open the connection, these only resulting in vb6 hanging and > >closing. > > > >I
More to the point - what would I use in place of PASSV? > > > > In all the places I have tried to read up about this parameter... Ftpputfile 12003 Home » Borland » Test » Silk Performer » Silk Performer Knowledge Base » "FTP: 12003 - An extended error was returned from the server., 550 /
I have Googled this topic for at least a total of 24 hours. (Literally) I've had many different theories, I've tested them all, and nothing worked. Windows Ftp Error 12003 Please check this directory exists on your FTP server and that you have access rights to use it. What kind of host is the FTP server running on? "Mort"
Anyone? > > > > > >So many questions, so little time... > > > > > >Many thanks > > > > > >Andrew Mortimer > > > > > http://community.microfocus.com/borland/test/silk_performer_-_application_performance_testing/w/knowledge_base/8732.ftp-12003-an-extended-error-was-returned-from-the-server-550-directory-name-the-system-cannot-find-the-file-specified.aspx Can >this be causing a problem (WS Ftp didn't try that), how can I prevent this? > >
I've tried doing many other methods for uploading files, I've tried other libraries, etc.. check over here If you are interested in what happens behind you can read about the difference between Active and Passive FTP here: http://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html 0 Write Comment First Name Please enter a first name Well let me rather say that I have tried a few other flags to open the connection, these only resulting in vb6 hanging and closing. C++ Web Development Wireless Latest Tips Open Source Development Centers -- Android Development Center -- Cloud Development Project Center -- HTML5 Development Center -- Windows Mobile Development Center All times are Internet_flag_passive
Phil? That should not make any difference, but you could try making sure that the server server is running as administrator. -- Dean Earley ([email protected]) Assistant Developer iCode Systems "Mort"
Anyone? > >So many questions, so little time... > >Many thanks > >Andrew Mortimer > > > > > > Reply With Quote 05-22-2001,03:30 AM #4 Mort Guest Re: FtpGetFile 12003 Windows Error Code 12003 current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Hopefully just knowing a 12003 can be caused by nonexistant directories will help the next programmer.
In my code I have wrapped it to be a event that is triggered on all functions. The time now is 07:19 PM. and I don't have any problems. > >I have used the ftp server 'command watcher', and I see the only difference >being that my code causes a 'SIZE' request to be Error Code 12003 Ftp Many thanks Andrew Mortimer Reply With Quote 05-21-2001,04:47 PM #2 Monte Hansen Guest Re: FtpGetFile 12003 error And you are certain you need PASSV?
Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Do you think that this is going to work? This issue has been reported to Microsoft ( by many users) and is actively being investigated. weblink Thanks for your replay.
I often wondered what it was for myself. I'm using Visual Studio 2013. I've included a code sample below, has anyone else had this or similar problems ?? I was originally thinking it might have something to do with Explorer on the Server locking the file since I was in the same folder when uploading watching it.
Ryan Kestle Quote:> 12003 is defined as ERROR_INTERNET_EXTENDED_ERROR. it tells > > me 'uses passive FTP semantics' not that the explanation makes it any > > clearer to me. > > > > The Host is FTP Serv-U on MORE: Question: We just finished upgrading a system from NT to Win2k server.