Error opening local file
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I am not able to use ftp command through command line admin mode; this mode should override user rights with admin rights.
Any input would be appreciated!
Hi Jim Apple Marry Empty Stomach,
Thank you for posting here.
please make sure the file is not opened or locked by another user or application, and make sure that you have permissions to read this file and the directory it is in. Then try again.
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FTP Error — Error Opening Local File
I have an FTP script that contains the following commands:
I run this script using the command
ftp -s:C:\Temp\FTPConnectionIn fo.txt
When I run it, it fails with the following error:
Error opening local file jpg_v2_2009.zip
When I run the same commands interactively, I do not get the error. Any ideas as to what the problem might be? Thank you!
I changed the ASCII line to BINARY. However, I still get the same error.
The zip file is on the remote server and I want to bring it down to the local machine.
I overlooked one other problem. The lcd line should not have the drive letter and colon. Those aren’t valid for changing a directory. To test that I am right you could remove that line completely and see if this works. Run it from the C:\Temp folder if you can to test that I am right or just look for the downloaded folder in the directory where the script is run.
If you do need to change the directory then use .
That does assume that you are already on the C drive. If that needs to be changed then let me know. Let me know if you have a question or how this works.
I took out the lcd line completely, but still get the same error. 🙁
The really odd thing is, if I run the exact same commands interactively, there is no error and the file is downloaded successfully. Why would it be different if it’s run from a script?
Thanks for your help!
I can only get zip files from this particular ftp site, but all of them fail.
I’m using XP Pro SP2. I also tried the same script on a server running Win2003 Standard SP2. There, I got two messages:
200 Port command successful
No such file or directory
Again, if I run it interactively on the Win2003 server, no problem, no error, I get the file.
Thanks for the tip, I only have WSFTP LE, and I think it’s pretty old (it was given to me by my employer). In any case, that’s not on the server so I ultimately have to find something that works on the server.
I’ve done tons of FTP scripts before in the same way and I’ve never run into this error before. Could there be something on the server that I’m logging onto that could be causing this?
The script is connecting to a remote server.
The line that caused «no such file or directory» was «get jpg_v2_2009.zip». That would seem like a very straightforward error, but there *is* such a directory and file, and I can get it when I do the commands interactively.
If I do a «ls» command I get a list of all the files in the directory.
Here’s what I get in a file called ftplog.txt when I run the script file using «ftp -s:C:\Temp\FTPConnectionIn fo.txt > c:\temp\ftplog.txt
220 999.999.999.99 FTP server ready
331 Password required for username.
230 User username logged in.
ftp> cd NVDv2_US_EN
250 CWD command successful
ftp> cd All
250 CWD command successful
200 Type set to I
ftp> Local directory now C:\Temp.
ftp> lcd C:\Temp
Interactive mode Off .
ftp> get jpg_v2_2009.zip
ftp> get nvd_v2_2005.zip
ftp> get nvd_v2_2006.zip
ftp> get nvd_v2_2007.zip
ftp> get nvd_v2_2009.zip
While this is running, the cmd window shows the following (this is literal):
.rror opening local file jpg_v2_2009.zip
.rror opening local file nvd_v2_2005.zip
.rror opening local file nvd_v2_2006.zip
.rror opening local file nvd_v2_2007.zip
.rror opening local file nvd_v2_2008.zip
There really is that dot before rror and the : before the second message.
Thanks for all your help, I appreciate it!
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when ready to do this for real, replace the entire #region/#endregion block with a Get-Content call.
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I am trying to access a directory on my Filezilla FTP server using the ftp command in Windows from a local computer on the network, and then put a list of all those files in the directory in a text file. I am getting an error opening the local file and Permission denied. These commands however work fine from the server hosting the ftp, and from any external computer not on the network. I just cannot get this to work from a computer on the network.
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I am using a domain administrator account, ran the cmd as the administrator, and even gave permissions to these folders and files to everybody to have full control. I even gave the ownership of these files to the ftp user. If I try to delete or modify the above file after running these commands, I still get an access denied. I found that I have to terminate the ftp.exe file in the task manager to get access again.
This is only happening on this machine on the network. If I run the ls command without specifying a local file, it does list the files in the directory just fine. It is having an issue with this file for some reason.
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I am trying to access a directory on my Filezilla FTP server using the ftp command in Windows from a local computer on the network, and then put a list of all those files in the directory in a text file.