Difference between revisions of "TFtpClient.Port"

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'''Declaration'''<br>
 
'''Declaration'''<br>
property Port : String;<br>
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property Port : String;<br><br>
  
 
'''Default Value'''<br>
 
'''Default Value'''<br>
ftp
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ftp<br><br>
  
 
'''Description'''<br>
 
'''Description'''<br>
IP port used to connect to the server.  This can either be a number or a string of a known IP protocol such as 'ftp' or 'http'.  The standard port for FTP is 21.<br>
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IP port used to connect to the server.  This can either be a number or a string of a known IP protocol such as 'ftp' or 'http'.  The standard port for FTP is 21.<br><br>
  
 
'''Example'''<br>
 
'''Example'''<br>

Revision as of 22:39, 10 September 2006

Declaration
property Port : String;

Default Value
ftp

Description
IP port used to connect to the server. This can either be a number or a string of a known IP protocol such as 'ftp' or 'http'. The standard port for FTP is 21.

Example

   FtpClient1.HostName := 'ftp.borland.com';
   FtpClient1.Port := 'ftp';
   FtpClient1.UserName := 'anonymous';
   FtpClient1.Password := 'john.smith@mycomp.com';
   FtpClient1.OpenAsync;                            // Non-blocking open.