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DaveR
16-Feb-2022, 04:42 PM
ftp.dataaccess.com still resolves to an IP address but FileZilla cannot see anything.

I'm looking for the DF3.2 Manual(s) which used to be at

ftp://ftp.dataaccess.com/pub/product...flex/doc/DF32/

Dennis Piccioni
16-Feb-2022, 04:48 PM
Try ftps.dataaccess.com and then /products/dataflex/doc/DF32

Stephen W. Meeley
16-Feb-2022, 05:37 PM
Dave,

Just in case your search for the 3.2 doc is in hope of types or structs being available in character mode - I believe that would be no.

wila
17-Feb-2022, 05:23 AM
ftp.dataaccess.com still resolves to an IP address but FileZilla cannot see anything.

I'm looking for the DF3.2 Manual(s) which used to be at

ftp://ftp.dataaccess.com/pub/product...flex/doc/DF32/

product...flex :)
That's a broken link sir.

This one still works for me:
ftp://ftp.dataaccess.com/pub/products/dataflex/doc/DF32/

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Wil

DaveR
17-Feb-2022, 02:50 PM
Dave,

Just in case your search for the 3.2 doc is in hope of types or structs being available in character mode - I believe that would be no.

I wasn't hopeful, :cool: , but I wanted to learn nore about Type..End_Type - must be written down somewhere? right? right....?

TYpe xxx
field
field
end_type compiles, though I hadn't managed to make it do anything else yet

DaveR
17-Feb-2022, 02:53 PM
product...flex :)
That's a broken link sir.

This one still works for me:
ftp://ftp.dataaccess.com/pub/products/dataflex/doc/DF32/

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Wil

with filezilla or similar?

wila
17-Feb-2022, 04:39 PM
with filezilla or similar?

Most browsers have stripped their support. I don't use FileZilla, but Windows File Explorer works fine.

15190

Note that the link you posted has actual ... in there where it should say "s/data" EXACTLY like my link displays (but has in reality a full link behind it)

Might want to try a shorter link and then navigate.
eg: ftp://ftp.dataaccess.com/pub/

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Wil

Ian Smith
18-Feb-2022, 03:54 AM
but Windows File Explorer works fine.

Learn something new every day... now any user can connect to dodgy / insecure / hacked FTP servers. (Present company not included in that very broad statement.)

wila
18-Feb-2022, 05:21 AM
Learn something new every day... now any user can connect to dodgy / insecure / hacked FTP servers. (Present company not included in that very broad statement.)

I used this in Windows 95... it's not exactly a new thing.
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Wil

Samuel Pizarro
18-Feb-2022, 07:37 AM
Same here!