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FoxWeb is invoked via a Web server, so it would not be involved in the FTP call at all.  If you want, you can use FoxWeb to create a file on the fly, place it in an area of the hard-drive that is accessible via FTP and return its FTP URL to the browser.  The user can then click on the URL to download the file.  By the way, you can do the exact same thing with HTTP.

There are several FTP servers available, including one that comes with IIS and PWS.

FoxWeb Support Team

Sent by mike hood on 11/30/2001 07:51:44 AM:
-i would like the client to be able to upload & download files using foxweb objects to the foxweb server-

Sent by FoxWeb Support on 11/28/2001 08:16:28 PM:
Please be more specific.  Are you referring to the client being able to download files from the server via FTP, or are you referring to FoxWeb programs being able to download files from an FTP server?

FoxWeb Support Team

Sent by mike hood on 11/28/2001 12:07:10 PM:
does fowweb support FTP between the foxweb server & the client