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What is Thin FTP Upload?
It is an file upload applet that can be set up in less than a minute to add FTP functionality to your web site. One of it's salient features include the ability to recursively upload directory trees. Others include drag and drop functionality and an enhanced file selector.
Is it possible to avoid entering the username and password with each upload?
Yes. The url parameter in the thinupload.properties file can be used to set the upload destination for your file. You can add a username and password to this url to automate the login process.
Does Thin FTP Upload operate in Active Mode or Passive Mode?
You can use both. In most cases the applet will attempt to determine which mode to operate in. If you want the applet to always operate in Active mode (or always operate in Passive mode) you can use the ftp_mode property in thinupload.properties to do so.
Does the FTP uploader support resume?
The current version does not support resume but we plan to add this feature in an upcoming release.
Does the FTP uploader FTP + SSL?
The current version does not support FTP+SSL but it's something that we plan to support in the near future.
What is Thin FTP Upload?
It is an file upload applet that can be set up in less than a minute to add FTP functionality to your web site. One of it's salient features include the ability to recursively upload directory trees. these include drag and drop functionality and an enhanced file selector.
Do you have a web based FTP client that can be used for both uploading and downloading?
Yes! It's right here....
Can I avoid displaying the directory listing when upload completes?
The default behavior of the uploader is to retrieve and display the listing of the directory on the FTP server where the files were placed. This behavior can be changed by the external_redir property. It can be used to display alternative content, either with in the applet or with in the browser.
What is the difference between Thin FTP and Thin FTP Upload
The latter, Thin FTP Upload is a file uploader. You can use it for recursive folder uploads. The former Thin FTP is a fully featured FTP client that can download as well as upload files. It includes all the other features expected of a File Transfer Program.
 

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