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DFP1-upload to remote ftp

Thread began 5/19/2009 5:01 am by lee341019 | Last modified 5/19/2009 3:27 pm by smarquina260272 | 1111 views | 2 replies |


DFP1-upload to remote ftp

Is it possible to use DFP 1 to upload to a remote ftp server instead of a folder on the website? If so, how do you specify the path, username and password?

We have an issue where our host will not up the file limit past 2mb, but we need to upload files up to 30mb.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

FTP is not supported in DFP v1 or v2. I am not sure how you would get around that limitation.

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Thought this would work for me, too

Clients site only supports ASP. Wanted to use DFP2 for the image upload features, but found out (after purchase) this only works for PHP; so thought I could use free PHP hosting to process the files and upload them back to client's site using FTP...No such luck...back 2 drawing board.....sigh!

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