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FTP3.2 plugin question [message #177107] Wed, 16 August 2006 16:58
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Originally posted by: gonzaloother.yahoo.com

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First of all, I would like to say that I hope this is the right place to =
ask this question. I've searched in both the 'target management' and =
'webtools' newsgroups as well as the web for an answer to this. As a =
matter of fact, I gave the eSFTP plugin a try prior to trying out the =
FTP plugin but I wasn't satisfied with it.

I have installed the WebDAV and FTP 3.2 plugins onto eclipse 3.2 and got =
it to work. My only issue here is that in order to upload(export) the =
files I've been working on, I have to go through the entire export =
process=20
a.. On the main project node in the Navigator view, choose menu: =
Export...=20
a.. Select 'FTP' protocol and press Next.=20
a.. Choose a new folder to be exported and press Next.=20
a.. Choose the FTP target site
a.. press on Next=20

Otherwise, I do not see any way to upload a file. Is it at all possible =
to quickly upload a file after the FTP target has been defined as well =
as setup for the project? =20

If this is not possible, are there other 3rd party tools that I can use =
(perhaps purchase) to do this? Thank you all very much for your time.


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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial>First of all, I would like to say that I hope =
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'target=20
management' and 'webtools' newsgroups&nbsp;as well as the web for an =
answer to=20
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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial>I have installed the WebDAV and FTP 3.2 plugins =
onto=20
eclipse 3.2 and got it to work.&nbsp; My only issue here is that in =
order to=20
upload(export) the files I've been working on, I have to go through the =
entire=20
export process </FONT></DIV>
<DIV>
<LI><FONT face=3DArial>On the main project node in the Navigator view, =
choose=20
menu: Export... </FONT></LI>
<LI><FONT face=3DArial>Select 'FTP' protocol and press Next. =
</FONT></LI>
<LI><FONT face=3DArial>Choose a new folder to be&nbsp;exported and press =
Next.=20
</FONT></LI>
<LI><FONT face=3DArial>Choose the FTP target site</FONT></LI>
<LI><FONT face=3DArial>press&nbsp;on Next </FONT></LI></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial>Otherwise, I do not see any way to upload&nbsp;a =

file.&nbsp; Is it at all possible to quickly upload a file after the FTP =
target=20
has been defined as well as setup for the project?&nbsp; </FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial>If this is not possible, are there other 3rd =
party tools=20
that I can use (perhaps purchase) to do this?&nbsp; Thank you all very =
much for=20
your time.</FONT></DIV>
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