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ftp_fput — Uploads a file from a file pointer to an FTP server destination..


bool ftp_fput(, string destination);
: FTP stream
string destination: Destination of the fileA file pointer of the local fileMode of file transfer


TRUE on success or FALSE on error


Reads from the current position in the given filePointer to the end of the file and uploads it to the FTP server destination . This function sends a "STOR" command to the server, the user must have write permissions on the FTP server for this function to work. Possible transferMode s are FTP_BINARY and FTP_ASCII. The destination parameter may be an absolute filesystem path or it may be relative to the remote current directory. This function is similair to ftp_put, except that ftp_put writes the file to the destination and closes the file stream, while ftp_fput leaves the file stream open. To learn more about file pointers look at fopen and related functions.


PHP 3>= 3.0.13, PHP 4 >= 4.0b4


Example 361. Upload an open file

$ftpStream = ftp_connect("my.ftp.server");
$loginResult = ftp_login($ftpStream, "username", "password");
if ($loginResult) {

            //the "local.txt" file is located in the same directory as the PHP file
            $fp = fopen('local.txt','r');
   ftp_fput($ftpStream, 'remote.txt', $fp, FTP_ASCII);
            //move to the first position in the file 
   //display the contents of the file and close

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