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File: ftp.php
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Description: Example script & further info
Send files to secure FTP server using Putty
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Last change: Fix slight spelling error.
Date: 10 years ago
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 * Example script to show the functionality of ZEND_EPS_PUTTY.
 * You will need the PuTTY application installed on your computer.
 * You will need the Zend Framework installed.
 * You will need an XML config file to pass to the class so FTP settings can be configured. Just supply
 * the necessary path to the file and the root node name. This allows for multiple FTP server configurations
 * in one file.
 * The output files are a log file that contains the FTP batch commands and an XML results file that
 * has all of the results of the batch commands. This file can be parsed for usage within the calling script.
 * The lines below will customize the log and results files, make directories on the remote server,
 * send files, move files, get files, and then delete the directories and any files in them.
 * XML config file settings instructions:
 * <putty_path> = Where you installed the PuTTY application. This can be blank if this path is in your PATH environment.
 * <ftp1> = Some type of parent node. Call it anything you wish and use this name when you create the instance.
 * <host> = The FTP host.
 * <port> = The port to use. Defaults to 22 if left blank.
 * <username> = The user name.
 * <password> = The password.
 * <local_upload_path> = The local path for uploading files from.
 * <local_download_path> = The local path for downloading files to.
 * <remote_path> = The remote path to start the session in. Usually defaults to the FTP home directory or "/".
 * <results_path> = The local path where the results file should be written to.
 * <log_path> = The local path where the log file should be written to.

require_once 'lib/';

$con = new ZEND_EPS_PUTTY('c:/php/includes/config/ftp_config.xml','ftp1');
$con->setLogText('### begin log ###', '### end log ###');


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