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Old 11-28-2000
Computer quote site chmod 0 filename - please help

i do have a problem with the transaction of pdf-files from a server to another. there was a guy who told me about this command wich i should build in my ftp.put()-method in java. the command called: about quote site chmod 0 filename..
i think its something about filerights but does someone know more about that?

thanx for help

[Edited by calmacroi on 11-28-2000 at 10:49 AM]
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Old 11-28-2000
quote site chmod 0 filename

will tell the ftp server to execute a 'chmod 0 filename', which basically removes all read, write, and execute rights for the filename you specify. Of course, this will only work if you have the appropriate rights.

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