Sample scripts are provided as-is with no warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. These scripts are solely intended to demonstrate techniques for accomplishing common tasks. Additional script logic and error-handling may need to be added to achieve the desired results in your specific environment.
||Scripting with wildcards
||Monitor a local directory for the appearance of a trigger file before performing upload
||Download remote folder tree to a flat local folder with FTPDIFF and a user-defined function.
||Avoid an infinite loop when your script encounters an unrecoverable error
||Download only files that are new or changed since the last time you checked.
||Download only files that are new or changed since the last time you checked (for Robo-FTP 3.7 and later).
||Download files with a date in the filename.
||Monitor a local folder or network share and upload files as soon as they appear
||Download and rename multiple files by inserting the current date into the filename
||Monitor an FTP site for changes
||Robo-FTP and Robo-FTP Server can easily be configured to automatically scan files for viruses
||Move files on remote FTP server from one directory to another
||Execute a VBScript file from a Robo-FTP script
||Send text messages (SMS) from Robo-FTP
||How to clean up partially downloaded files when working with an unreliable connection
||Update an RSS feed
||Use a lockfile to limit access to a file or process
||Build a file name based on the current date and time
||Use the HTTPPOST command to automate uploading to a web form (v3.6)
||Use the HTTPPOST command to automate uploading to a web form (v3.7)