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Raj, Check out the Net::FTP documentation. Most ftp methods return undef on failure. So check after each operation. Wraping in eval will also help.

eval { $ftp = Net::FTP->new("mysys",Port => 9021, Timeout => 20, Debug => 0) or die "Cannot create ftp object"; $ftp->login("anonymous",'') or die "Cannot login"; $ftp->put("$dir/$file1") or die "Cannot put"; $ftp->put("$dir/$file2") or die "Cannot put"; $ftp->put("$dir/$file3") or die "Cannot put"; $ftp->quit; } if( $@ ) { print "We had an issue: ", $@, "\n"; } else { print "A-Okay"; }

I don't see an mput type method, but it should be real trivial to code:

@files = qw( $file1 $file2 $file3 ); foreach( @files ) { $ftp->put( $_ ) or die "Cannot put"; }


In reply to Re: ftp return value by derby
in thread ftp return value by arajani

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