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Old 03-05-2015, 09:58 PM   #1
simhumcon
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python ftplib


hello all,

please help me with python ftplib. i was trying to copy files from my linux machine to a windows server using ftplib. everything was working good. but i'm only able to copy files from the same directory the script is. how do i copy files from a different directory? i always get "file not found error message". here's my code :

Code:
tester_name = str (socket.gethostname())
def upload(ftp, file):
    ext = os.path.splitext(file)[1]
    if ext in (".txt", ".htm", ".html"):
        ftp.storlines("STOR " + file, open(file))
    else:
        ftp.storbinary("STOR " + file, open(file, "rb"), 1024)



parse_source_path = ('/path/to/where/i/go/')
parse_source_file_list = os.listdir(parse_source_path)

ftp = ftplib.FTP("server_IP")
ftp.login("username", "pass")

folder_list = []

ftp.dir(folder_list.append)

if str(tester_name) not in str(folder_list) :
    ftp.mkd("%s"%tester_name)
    ftp.cwd("%s"%tester_name)
    for files in parse_source_file_list :
        print files
        upload(ftp, files)


else :
    print "later"
 
Old 03-06-2015, 06:23 PM   #2
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parse_source_path = ('/path/to/where/i/go/')
parse_source_file_list = os.listdir(parse_source_path)
Those would have to be variables the script accepts on instantiation.
 
  


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