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    Using the FTP component in PowerBuilder, I connect to the FTP server, but then get kicked off. The log file shows that I connected successfully, but then aborts the operation with an error 8202. Anyone know what error 8202 is?

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    rvail2

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Remmie (had 9930 views)

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    First, we do not provide support for PowerBuilder. However, error 8202 does not seem to be an FTP protocol error. Is this error code generated by PowerBuilder? Or is it the reply from the server itself? Is the log file you are referring to generated by setting the CommandLogFilename property?

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by André (had 616 views)

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    Here is the log file.

    < 220 ProFTPD 1.2.10 Server ready.
    > USER recruitingoutpost
    < 331 Password required for recruitingoutpost.
    > PASS xxxx
    < 230 User recruitingoutpost logged in.
    > PWD
    < 257 “/1797” is current directory.
    > TYPE I
    < 200 Type set to I
    > MKD /1797
    < 550 /1797: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html
    < 550 /1797/public_html: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html/outpost
    < 550 /1797/public_html/outpost: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html/outpost/games
    < 550 /1797/public_html/outpost/games: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html/outpost/games/46
    < 550 /1797/public_html/outpost/games/46: File exists
    > PASV
    < 227 Entering Passive Mode (64,26,63,10,29,94).
    > ABOR
    < 220 ProFTPD 1.2.10 Server ready.
    > USER recruitingoutpost
    < 331 Password required for recruitingoutpost.
    > PASS xxxx
    < 230 User recruitingoutpost logged in.
    > PWD
    < 257 “/1797” is current directory.
    > TYPE I
    < 200 Type set to I
    > MKD /1797
    < 550 /1797: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html
    < 550 /1797/public_html: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html/outpost
    < 550 /1797/public_html/outpost: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html/outpost/games
    < 550 /1797/public_html/outpost/games: File exists
    > MKD /1797/public_html/outpost/games/46
    < 550 /1797/public_html/outpost/games/46: File exists
    > PASV
    < 227 Entering Passive Mode (64,26,63,10,29,228).
    > ABOR

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Remmie (had 734 views)

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    The ABOR command is sent to the server (which is the command that is use to abort a file transfer). What are you trying to do exactly?

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by André (had 569 views)

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    I’m trying to get through a school’s firewalls. They have 20 and 21 open, but that doesn’t seem to matter because it never seems to use those ports…

    Should I stop using Passive mode? If, so what property will make it use port 20 and 21?

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Remmie (had 760 views)

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    this error is probably related to this post 🙂 http://forums.xceed.com/forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=5975

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Matt (had 12058 views)

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