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ftp_mdtm(3) [php man page]

FTP_MDTM(3)								 1							       FTP_MDTM(3)

ftp_mdtm - Returns the last modified time of the given file

SYNOPSIS
int ftp_mdtm (resource $ftp_stream, string $remote_file) DESCRIPTION
ftp_mdtm(3) gets the last modified time for a remote file. Note Not all servers support this feature! Note ftp_mdtm(3) does not work with directories. PARAMETERS
o $ftp_stream - The link identifier of the FTP connection. o $remote_file - The file from which to extract the last modification time. RETURN VALUES
Returns the last modified time as a Unix timestamp on success, or -1 on error. EXAMPLES
Example #1 ftp_mdtm(3) example <?php $file = 'somefile.txt'; // set up basic connection $conn_id = ftp_connect($ftp_server); // login with username and password $login_result = ftp_login($conn_id, $ftp_user_name, $ftp_user_pass); // get the last modified time $buff = ftp_mdtm($conn_id, $file); if ($buff != -1) { // somefile.txt was last modified on: March 26 2003 14:16:41. echo "$file was last modified on : " . date("F d Y H:i:s.", $buff); } else { echo "Couldn't get mdtime"; } // close the connection ftp_close($conn_id); ?> PHP Documentation Group FTP_MDTM(3)

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FTP_PUT(3)								 1								FTP_PUT(3)

ftp_put - Uploads a file to the FTP server

SYNOPSIS
bool ftp_put (resource $ftp_stream, string $remote_file, string $local_file, int $mode, [int $startpos]) DESCRIPTION
ftp_put(3) stores a local file on the FTP server. PARAMETERS
o $ftp_stream - The link identifier of the FTP connection. o $remote_file - The remote file path. o $local_file - The local file path. o $mode - The transfer mode. Must be either FTP_ASCII or FTP_BINARY. o $startpos -The position in the remote file to start uploading to. RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure. EXAMPLES
Example #1 ftp_put(3) example <?php $file = 'somefile.txt'; $remote_file = 'readme.txt'; // set up basic connection $conn_id = ftp_connect($ftp_server); // login with username and password $login_result = ftp_login($conn_id, $ftp_user_name, $ftp_user_pass); // upload a file if (ftp_put($conn_id, $remote_file, $file, FTP_ASCII)) { echo "successfully uploaded $file "; } else { echo "There was a problem while uploading $file "; } // close the connection ftp_close($conn_id); ?> SEE ALSO
ftp_pasv(3), ftp_fput(3), ftp_nb_fput(3), ftp_nb_put(3). PHP Documentation Group FTP_PUT(3)

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