(sorry if this belongs in another thread, I didn't find a VBscript one...)
Hello,
Iím getting an error when trying to run this VBscript.
Script: (the pathname of the script)
Line: 25
Char: 1
Error: type mismatch: Ďformatí
Code: 800a000d
Source: Microsoft vbscript runtime error

Iíve used several .vbs FTP scripts before with no problem, but whatís new/different with this one is that the Upload filename is not static, itís
L(the current date in mmddyy format)t
for example
L020707t

This VBscript is being invoked from some VB 6.0 code.
In VB 6.0 , Iíve used statements like:
DestinationFile = "D:\BD\HT\NewBusiness\HT" & Format(Date, "mmddyy") & ".txt"
all the time without problem.

My question is:
What format do I need to make the .Upload statement in the .vbs to get it to work
Or if thatís not what needs to be done
Is there a way to pass via variables from vb 6.0 to vbscript the names of the two files to use in the upload statement, so I pass in the L020707t name + the path needed?

Thanks in advance,
david

[code]
' VBS Script Generated by CuteFTP (TM) macro recorder.
' Generated, then edited: 02/07/07 by dgr

' Create TEConnection object
Set MySite = CreateObject("CuteFTPPro.TEConnection")

' Initialize remote server host name, protocol, port, etc.
MySite.Host = "ftp.letterlogc.com"
MySite.Protocol = "FTP"
MySite.Port = 21
MySite.Retries = 34
MySite.Delay = 7
MySite.MaxConnections = 4
MySite.TransferType = "ASCII"
MySite.DataChannel = "DEFAULT"
MySite.AutoRename = "OFF"
' WARNING!!! SENSITIVE DATA: user name and password.
MySite.Login = "*******"
MySite.Password = "*******"
MySite.SocksInfo = ""
MySite.ProxyInfo = ""
' Connect to remote server
MySite.Connect
MySite.Upload "D:\DailyLetterRun&RSFUploads\Letters\L" & Format(Date, "mmddyy") & "t", "/L" & Format(Date, "mmddyy") & "t"
MySite.Disconnect
[\code]