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  1. #1
    Mort Guest

    FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Hi All,

    I have an FTP application running at 20 customer sites, its purpose being to
    update each site with the latest releases of our application. Files that
    have no version numbering get checked for date and time stamps. When the
    file time and date is different to that of the server, the application
    downloads the file and updates the client machine. I am having a problem on
    only a few sites in that the time date stamp is updated as I unzip the file
    at on the client machine.

    Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp remains
    unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this persistant
    updating that I can turn off.
    Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the sites
    don't have this problem at all.

    Any help would be appreciated...

    Thanks

    Mort



  2. #2
    Monte Hansen Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    So, if I read you correctly, the file's timestamp is given the date/time of
    when the archive is decompressed.

    If so, sounds like a problem with the decompression implementation. Is it a
    program that you shell, or is it a library that you use to perform the
    decompression. Regardless, I would compare the decompression program/library
    versions. Also, these are ZIP archives, right?

    +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+
    Monte Hansen
    http://KillerVB.com
    +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+

    --------------------------
    | Will code for food |
    --------------------------

    "Mort" <mort2000@gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
    news:3b496908@news.devx.com...
    > Hi All,
    >
    > I have an FTP application running at 20 customer sites, its purpose being

    to
    > update each site with the latest releases of our application. Files that
    > have no version numbering get checked for date and time stamps. When the
    > file time and date is different to that of the server, the application
    > downloads the file and updates the client machine. I am having a problem

    on
    > only a few sites in that the time date stamp is updated as I unzip the

    file
    > at on the client machine.
    >
    > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp

    remains
    > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this persistant
    > updating that I can turn off.
    > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the sites
    > don't have this problem at all.
    >
    > Any help would be appreciated...
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mort
    >
    >




  3. #3
    Monte Hansen Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    So, if I read you correctly, the file's timestamp is given the date/time of
    when the archive is decompressed.

    If so, sounds like a problem with the decompression implementation. Is it a
    program that you shell, or is it a library that you use to perform the
    decompression. Regardless, I would compare the decompression program/library
    versions. Also, these are ZIP archives, right?

    +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+
    Monte Hansen
    http://KillerVB.com
    +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+

    --------------------------
    | Will code for food |
    --------------------------

    "Mort" <mort2000@gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
    news:3b496908@news.devx.com...
    > Hi All,
    >
    > I have an FTP application running at 20 customer sites, its purpose being

    to
    > update each site with the latest releases of our application. Files that
    > have no version numbering get checked for date and time stamps. When the
    > file time and date is different to that of the server, the application
    > downloads the file and updates the client machine. I am having a problem

    on
    > only a few sites in that the time date stamp is updated as I unzip the

    file
    > at on the client machine.
    >
    > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp

    remains
    > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this persistant
    > updating that I can turn off.
    > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the sites
    > don't have this problem at all.
    >
    > Any help would be appreciated...
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mort
    >
    >




  4. #4
    Ken Teo Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    > > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp
    > remains
    > > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this

    persistant
    > > updating that I can turn off.
    > > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the

    sites
    > > don't have this problem at all.


    Hey Mort:

    I used SetFileDate sub-routine to change the date and time of the files to
    the same with the server when downloading. Well, plus I used the wininet.dll
    to read the date and time of the files on the ftp server. The SetFileDate
    sub-routine is displayed below (I found it in one msgs posted here earlier).

    Option Explicit
    Private Type FILETIME
    dwLowDate As Long
    dwHighDate As Long
    End Type
    Private Type SYSTEMTIME
    wYear As Integer
    wMonth As Integer
    wDayOfWeek As Integer
    wDay As Integer
    wHour As Integer
    wMinute As Integer
    wSecond As Integer
    wMillisecs As Integer
    End Type

    Private Const FILE_SHARE_READ = &H1
    Private Const FILE_SHARE_WRITE = &H2
    Private Const GENERIC_WRITE = &H40000000
    Private Const OPEN_EXISTING = 3

    Private Declare Function CloseHandle Lib "kernel32" _
    (ByVal hObject As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function CreateFile Lib "kernel32" _
    Alias "CreateFileA" (ByVal lpFileName As String, _
    ByVal dwDesiredAccess As Long, ByVal dwShareMode _
    As Long, ByVal lpSecurityAttributes As Long, ByVal _
    dwCreationDisposition As Long, ByVal _
    dwFlagsAndAttributes As Long, ByVal hTemplateFile _
    As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function LocalFileTimeToFileTime Lib _
    "kernel32" (lpLocalFileTime As FILETIME, lpFileTime _
    As FILETIME) As Long
    Private Declare Function SetFileTime Lib "kernel32" _
    (ByVal hFile As Long, ByVal MullP As Long, ByVal _
    NullP2 As Long, lpLastWriteTime As FILETIME) As Long
    Private Declare Function SystemTimeToFileTime Lib _
    "kernel32" (lpSystemTime As SYSTEMTIME, lpFileTime _
    As FILETIME) As Long

    Sub Main()

    Call SetFileDate("c:utoexec.bat", _
    "10/16/96 12:30 pm")

    End Sub


    Sub SetFileDate(sFileName As String, sDate As String)

    Dim hFile As Long
    Dim lResult As Long
    Dim udtSysTime As SYSTEMTIME
    Dim udtFileTime As FILETIME
    Dim udtLocalTime As FILETIME

    With udtSysTime
    .wYear = Year(sDate)
    .wMonth = Month(sDate)
    .wDay = Day(sDate)
    .wDayOfWeek = WeekDay(sDate) - 1
    .wHour = Hour(sDate)
    .wMinute = Minute(sDate)
    .wSecond = Second(sDate)
    End With

    lResult = SystemTimeToFileTime(udtSysTime, _
    udtLocalTime)
    lResult = LocalFileTimeToFileTime(udtLocalTime, _
    udtFileTime)
    hFile = CreateFile(sFileName, GENERIC_WRITE, _
    FILE_SHARE_READ _
    Or FILE_SHARE_WRITE, ByVal 0&, OPEN_EXISTING, _
    0, 0)
    lResult = SetFileTime(hFile, ByVal 0&, ByVal 0&, _
    udtFileTime)
    Call CloseHandle(hFile)

    End Sub



  5. #5
    Ken Teo Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    > > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp
    > remains
    > > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this

    persistant
    > > updating that I can turn off.
    > > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the

    sites
    > > don't have this problem at all.


    Hey Mort:

    I used SetFileDate sub-routine to change the date and time of the files to
    the same with the server when downloading. Well, plus I used the wininet.dll
    to read the date and time of the files on the ftp server. The SetFileDate
    sub-routine is displayed below (I found it in one msgs posted here earlier).

    Option Explicit
    Private Type FILETIME
    dwLowDate As Long
    dwHighDate As Long
    End Type
    Private Type SYSTEMTIME
    wYear As Integer
    wMonth As Integer
    wDayOfWeek As Integer
    wDay As Integer
    wHour As Integer
    wMinute As Integer
    wSecond As Integer
    wMillisecs As Integer
    End Type

    Private Const FILE_SHARE_READ = &H1
    Private Const FILE_SHARE_WRITE = &H2
    Private Const GENERIC_WRITE = &H40000000
    Private Const OPEN_EXISTING = 3

    Private Declare Function CloseHandle Lib "kernel32" _
    (ByVal hObject As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function CreateFile Lib "kernel32" _
    Alias "CreateFileA" (ByVal lpFileName As String, _
    ByVal dwDesiredAccess As Long, ByVal dwShareMode _
    As Long, ByVal lpSecurityAttributes As Long, ByVal _
    dwCreationDisposition As Long, ByVal _
    dwFlagsAndAttributes As Long, ByVal hTemplateFile _
    As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function LocalFileTimeToFileTime Lib _
    "kernel32" (lpLocalFileTime As FILETIME, lpFileTime _
    As FILETIME) As Long
    Private Declare Function SetFileTime Lib "kernel32" _
    (ByVal hFile As Long, ByVal MullP As Long, ByVal _
    NullP2 As Long, lpLastWriteTime As FILETIME) As Long
    Private Declare Function SystemTimeToFileTime Lib _
    "kernel32" (lpSystemTime As SYSTEMTIME, lpFileTime _
    As FILETIME) As Long

    Sub Main()

    Call SetFileDate("c:utoexec.bat", _
    "10/16/96 12:30 pm")

    End Sub


    Sub SetFileDate(sFileName As String, sDate As String)

    Dim hFile As Long
    Dim lResult As Long
    Dim udtSysTime As SYSTEMTIME
    Dim udtFileTime As FILETIME
    Dim udtLocalTime As FILETIME

    With udtSysTime
    .wYear = Year(sDate)
    .wMonth = Month(sDate)
    .wDay = Day(sDate)
    .wDayOfWeek = WeekDay(sDate) - 1
    .wHour = Hour(sDate)
    .wMinute = Minute(sDate)
    .wSecond = Second(sDate)
    End With

    lResult = SystemTimeToFileTime(udtSysTime, _
    udtLocalTime)
    lResult = LocalFileTimeToFileTime(udtLocalTime, _
    udtFileTime)
    hFile = CreateFile(sFileName, GENERIC_WRITE, _
    FILE_SHARE_READ _
    Or FILE_SHARE_WRITE, ByVal 0&, OPEN_EXISTING, _
    0, 0)
    lResult = SetFileTime(hFile, ByVal 0&, ByVal 0&, _
    udtFileTime)
    Call CloseHandle(hFile)

    End Sub



  6. #6
    Mort Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Monte,

    The zip functionality is new to the application - this problem was present
    prior to the zipping. I suppose there is something on the server that
    decides whether a file datetime stamp is updated when the file is copied.

    I will be having as look at Ken's recomendation.

    Thanks

    "Monte Hansen" <monte@nospam.com> wrote in message
    news:3b4a666f$1@news.devx.com...
    > So, if I read you correctly, the file's timestamp is given the date/time

    of
    > when the archive is decompressed.
    >
    > If so, sounds like a problem with the decompression implementation. Is it

    a
    > program that you shell, or is it a library that you use to perform the
    > decompression. Regardless, I would compare the decompression

    program/library
    > versions. Also, these are ZIP archives, right?
    >
    > +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+
    > Monte Hansen
    > http://KillerVB.com
    > +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+
    >
    > --------------------------
    > | Will code for food |
    > --------------------------
    >
    > "Mort" <mort2000@gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
    > news:3b496908@news.devx.com...
    > > Hi All,
    > >
    > > I have an FTP application running at 20 customer sites, its purpose

    being
    > to
    > > update each site with the latest releases of our application. Files that
    > > have no version numbering get checked for date and time stamps. When the
    > > file time and date is different to that of the server, the application
    > > downloads the file and updates the client machine. I am having a problem

    > on
    > > only a few sites in that the time date stamp is updated as I unzip the

    > file
    > > at on the client machine.
    > >
    > > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp

    > remains
    > > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this

    persistant
    > > updating that I can turn off.
    > > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the

    sites
    > > don't have this problem at all.
    > >
    > > Any help would be appreciated...
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
    > > Mort
    > >
    > >

    >
    >




  7. #7
    Mort Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Monte,

    The zip functionality is new to the application - this problem was present
    prior to the zipping. I suppose there is something on the server that
    decides whether a file datetime stamp is updated when the file is copied.

    I will be having as look at Ken's recomendation.

    Thanks

    "Monte Hansen" <monte@nospam.com> wrote in message
    news:3b4a666f$1@news.devx.com...
    > So, if I read you correctly, the file's timestamp is given the date/time

    of
    > when the archive is decompressed.
    >
    > If so, sounds like a problem with the decompression implementation. Is it

    a
    > program that you shell, or is it a library that you use to perform the
    > decompression. Regardless, I would compare the decompression

    program/library
    > versions. Also, these are ZIP archives, right?
    >
    > +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+
    > Monte Hansen
    > http://KillerVB.com
    > +|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+|+
    >
    > --------------------------
    > | Will code for food |
    > --------------------------
    >
    > "Mort" <mort2000@gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
    > news:3b496908@news.devx.com...
    > > Hi All,
    > >
    > > I have an FTP application running at 20 customer sites, its purpose

    being
    > to
    > > update each site with the latest releases of our application. Files that
    > > have no version numbering get checked for date and time stamps. When the
    > > file time and date is different to that of the server, the application
    > > downloads the file and updates the client machine. I am having a problem

    > on
    > > only a few sites in that the time date stamp is updated as I unzip the

    > file
    > > at on the client machine.
    > >
    > > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp

    > remains
    > > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this

    persistant
    > > updating that I can turn off.
    > > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the

    sites
    > > don't have this problem at all.
    > >
    > > Any help would be appreciated...
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
    > > Mort
    > >
    > >

    >
    >




  8. #8
    Mort Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Thanks Ken,

    Very useful, what are you using in wininet to get the file datetime stamp?

    Don't spose you have a sample of a working async ftp to mail me do you, I
    have grown rather tired of reading MS's modest documentation.

    Thanks

    Mort

    "Ken Teo" <ken4395@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:3b4b113c@news.devx.com...
    > > > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp

    > > remains
    > > > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this

    > persistant
    > > > updating that I can turn off.
    > > > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the

    > sites
    > > > don't have this problem at all.

    >
    > Hey Mort:
    >
    > I used SetFileDate sub-routine to change the date and time of the files to
    > the same with the server when downloading. Well, plus I used the

    wininet.dll
    > to read the date and time of the files on the ftp server. The SetFileDate
    > sub-routine is displayed below (I found it in one msgs posted here

    earlier).
    >
    > Option Explicit
    > Private Type FILETIME
    > dwLowDate As Long
    > dwHighDate As Long
    > End Type
    > Private Type SYSTEMTIME
    > wYear As Integer
    > wMonth As Integer
    > wDayOfWeek As Integer
    > wDay As Integer
    > wHour As Integer
    > wMinute As Integer
    > wSecond As Integer
    > wMillisecs As Integer
    > End Type
    >
    > Private Const FILE_SHARE_READ = &H1
    > Private Const FILE_SHARE_WRITE = &H2
    > Private Const GENERIC_WRITE = &H40000000
    > Private Const OPEN_EXISTING = 3
    >
    > Private Declare Function CloseHandle Lib "kernel32" _
    > (ByVal hObject As Long) As Long
    > Private Declare Function CreateFile Lib "kernel32" _
    > Alias "CreateFileA" (ByVal lpFileName As String, _
    > ByVal dwDesiredAccess As Long, ByVal dwShareMode _
    > As Long, ByVal lpSecurityAttributes As Long, ByVal _
    > dwCreationDisposition As Long, ByVal _
    > dwFlagsAndAttributes As Long, ByVal hTemplateFile _
    > As Long) As Long
    > Private Declare Function LocalFileTimeToFileTime Lib _
    > "kernel32" (lpLocalFileTime As FILETIME, lpFileTime _
    > As FILETIME) As Long
    > Private Declare Function SetFileTime Lib "kernel32" _
    > (ByVal hFile As Long, ByVal MullP As Long, ByVal _
    > NullP2 As Long, lpLastWriteTime As FILETIME) As Long
    > Private Declare Function SystemTimeToFileTime Lib _
    > "kernel32" (lpSystemTime As SYSTEMTIME, lpFileTime _
    > As FILETIME) As Long
    >
    > Sub Main()
    >
    > Call SetFileDate("c:utoexec.bat", _
    > "10/16/96 12:30 pm")
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    >
    > Sub SetFileDate(sFileName As String, sDate As String)
    >
    > Dim hFile As Long
    > Dim lResult As Long
    > Dim udtSysTime As SYSTEMTIME
    > Dim udtFileTime As FILETIME
    > Dim udtLocalTime As FILETIME
    >
    > With udtSysTime
    > .wYear = Year(sDate)
    > .wMonth = Month(sDate)
    > .wDay = Day(sDate)
    > .wDayOfWeek = WeekDay(sDate) - 1
    > .wHour = Hour(sDate)
    > .wMinute = Minute(sDate)
    > .wSecond = Second(sDate)
    > End With
    >
    > lResult = SystemTimeToFileTime(udtSysTime, _
    > udtLocalTime)
    > lResult = LocalFileTimeToFileTime(udtLocalTime, _
    > udtFileTime)
    > hFile = CreateFile(sFileName, GENERIC_WRITE, _
    > FILE_SHARE_READ _
    > Or FILE_SHARE_WRITE, ByVal 0&, OPEN_EXISTING, _
    > 0, 0)
    > lResult = SetFileTime(hFile, ByVal 0&, ByVal 0&, _
    > udtFileTime)
    > Call CloseHandle(hFile)
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    >




  9. #9
    Mort Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Thanks Ken,

    Very useful, what are you using in wininet to get the file datetime stamp?

    Don't spose you have a sample of a working async ftp to mail me do you, I
    have grown rather tired of reading MS's modest documentation.

    Thanks

    Mort

    "Ken Teo" <ken4395@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:3b4b113c@news.devx.com...
    > > > Is there a sequence of API's I can use to ensure the timedate stamp

    > > remains
    > > > unchanged, or is there a setting in Windows that prevents this

    > persistant
    > > > updating that I can turn off.
    > > > Most of the client machines are running similar OSes and many of the

    > sites
    > > > don't have this problem at all.

    >
    > Hey Mort:
    >
    > I used SetFileDate sub-routine to change the date and time of the files to
    > the same with the server when downloading. Well, plus I used the

    wininet.dll
    > to read the date and time of the files on the ftp server. The SetFileDate
    > sub-routine is displayed below (I found it in one msgs posted here

    earlier).
    >
    > Option Explicit
    > Private Type FILETIME
    > dwLowDate As Long
    > dwHighDate As Long
    > End Type
    > Private Type SYSTEMTIME
    > wYear As Integer
    > wMonth As Integer
    > wDayOfWeek As Integer
    > wDay As Integer
    > wHour As Integer
    > wMinute As Integer
    > wSecond As Integer
    > wMillisecs As Integer
    > End Type
    >
    > Private Const FILE_SHARE_READ = &H1
    > Private Const FILE_SHARE_WRITE = &H2
    > Private Const GENERIC_WRITE = &H40000000
    > Private Const OPEN_EXISTING = 3
    >
    > Private Declare Function CloseHandle Lib "kernel32" _
    > (ByVal hObject As Long) As Long
    > Private Declare Function CreateFile Lib "kernel32" _
    > Alias "CreateFileA" (ByVal lpFileName As String, _
    > ByVal dwDesiredAccess As Long, ByVal dwShareMode _
    > As Long, ByVal lpSecurityAttributes As Long, ByVal _
    > dwCreationDisposition As Long, ByVal _
    > dwFlagsAndAttributes As Long, ByVal hTemplateFile _
    > As Long) As Long
    > Private Declare Function LocalFileTimeToFileTime Lib _
    > "kernel32" (lpLocalFileTime As FILETIME, lpFileTime _
    > As FILETIME) As Long
    > Private Declare Function SetFileTime Lib "kernel32" _
    > (ByVal hFile As Long, ByVal MullP As Long, ByVal _
    > NullP2 As Long, lpLastWriteTime As FILETIME) As Long
    > Private Declare Function SystemTimeToFileTime Lib _
    > "kernel32" (lpSystemTime As SYSTEMTIME, lpFileTime _
    > As FILETIME) As Long
    >
    > Sub Main()
    >
    > Call SetFileDate("c:utoexec.bat", _
    > "10/16/96 12:30 pm")
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    >
    > Sub SetFileDate(sFileName As String, sDate As String)
    >
    > Dim hFile As Long
    > Dim lResult As Long
    > Dim udtSysTime As SYSTEMTIME
    > Dim udtFileTime As FILETIME
    > Dim udtLocalTime As FILETIME
    >
    > With udtSysTime
    > .wYear = Year(sDate)
    > .wMonth = Month(sDate)
    > .wDay = Day(sDate)
    > .wDayOfWeek = WeekDay(sDate) - 1
    > .wHour = Hour(sDate)
    > .wMinute = Minute(sDate)
    > .wSecond = Second(sDate)
    > End With
    >
    > lResult = SystemTimeToFileTime(udtSysTime, _
    > udtLocalTime)
    > lResult = LocalFileTimeToFileTime(udtLocalTime, _
    > udtFileTime)
    > hFile = CreateFile(sFileName, GENERIC_WRITE, _
    > FILE_SHARE_READ _
    > Or FILE_SHARE_WRITE, ByVal 0&, OPEN_EXISTING, _
    > 0, 0)
    > lResult = SetFileTime(hFile, ByVal 0&, ByVal 0&, _
    > udtFileTime)
    > Call CloseHandle(hFile)
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    >




  10. #10
    Ken Teo Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Mort <mort2000@gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
    news:3b4b1cab@news.devx.com...
    > Thanks Ken,
    >
    > Very useful, what are you using in wininet to get the file datetime stamp?
    >
    > Don't spose you have a sample of a working async ftp to mail me do you, I
    > have grown rather tired of reading MS's modest documentation.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mort


    Hi Mort,

    Well, you're very lucky that I just figured out how to do it last week. I
    noticed that when files are being uploaded or downloaded, the file datetime
    stamp are changed to match of the ftp server (my case is in Windows
    platform). So I just changed the datetime stamp to that of the server when
    downloading files. The file is called Simpleftp that I downloaded somewhere
    from MSDN and I start from there to do the async ftp.

    If you really need it urgently, you could send me a private mail. I will
    send the working one to you.

    Ken



  11. #11
    Ken Teo Guest

    Re: FTP and Windows file time date stamp

    Mort <mort2000@gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
    news:3b4b1cab@news.devx.com...
    > Thanks Ken,
    >
    > Very useful, what are you using in wininet to get the file datetime stamp?
    >
    > Don't spose you have a sample of a working async ftp to mail me do you, I
    > have grown rather tired of reading MS's modest documentation.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Mort


    Hi Mort,

    Well, you're very lucky that I just figured out how to do it last week. I
    noticed that when files are being uploaded or downloaded, the file datetime
    stamp are changed to match of the ftp server (my case is in Windows
    platform). So I just changed the datetime stamp to that of the server when
    downloading files. The file is called Simpleftp that I downloaded somewhere
    from MSDN and I start from there to do the async ftp.

    If you really need it urgently, you could send me a private mail. I will
    send the working one to you.

    Ken



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