There is no way to do this with Toad’s FTP tool. Are your filenames static? If so you could use the Automation Designer to run unix2dos on your files and then FTP. See the Automation Designer on the Utilities menu. You can create a new app in there and add
a Shell Execute action from the Utilities tab and set it up to execute unix2dos and then add an FTP action, also on the Utilities tab, to send it along. This app can be executed easily at any time and also via command line.
On 11/21/2013 11:51 AM, gtaylor wrote:
RE: Adding CR to txt files when ftp’ing from unix to Windows/dos
Reply by gtaylor
It is a TOAD question. I am using Utilities > FTP from the menu bar. I have not set up any ftp clients so I am assuming that one comes with TOAD. The fact that I have setups in TOAD options for FTP ASCII Extensions (under Network Utilities) and the radio
buttons on the bottom of the ftp window indicate that TOAD provides this functionality.
I am now using unix2dos to put the CR’s on the lines before FTPing, so I have a solution outside of TOAD. I would like to know if there is some way to get this to work in TOAD since it looks like the setups are there.
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