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Old 07-10-2003, 01:43 AM   #1
naipless
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Default ioA.Request.System bug ?

WarC
take a look @ request system u made..
i think i found a bug there..
put this config.:
Request_Add_Tag=1
Request_Header=[REQ]-%request
Request_Add_Tag_Filled=1
Request_Filled_Header=[FiLLED]-%request

ok, now make a request like this (more than 40 caracteres): BORLAND.DELPHI.V7..FULL.VERSION.ENTERPRISE-RENEGADE
now up something to that dir and fill request..
you will see that the dir still there and will be created a empty dir called [FiLLED]-BORLAND.DELPHI.V7..FULL.VERSION.ENTERPRISE-RENEGADE

take a look at this.. and try to fix if this is really a bug or if im making something wrong.. thx
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Old 07-10-2003, 01:57 PM   #2
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forgot this NOOB question...
and sorry for inconvenience..
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Old 07-12-2003, 02:29 PM   #3
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I think I know what you did wrong, but your going to need to
copy and paste a bit more from your ioA.cfg.

Quote:
RequestFile=
RequestField=
RequestLine=
1. Make sure RequestFile points to a path.
2. RequestField is the spitter for reading the request file, if the
splitter is incorrect, ioA will be unable to determine the request
and create a unnamed [FiLLED]- dir.
3. RequestLine make sure the splitter for the file is unique.

This is what I have in my ioA.cfg

Quote:
RequestFile=d:\Site\REQ\.ioFTPD.message
RequestField= ->
RequestLine=| %## | %-10user -> %-50request
Note: That in RequestField=Space->Space
Yes that space it important to!

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