If the data is intact with the correct number of bytes than check the End-Of-File marker in the source file. If FTP does not see an EOD it recognizes (Some what software dependant, FTP Client ) but also does not see an any more data it thinks something is wrong and the file has been truncated.


At 09:58 AM 6/3/2005, Kathie Heeter wrote:
Paul, Bryan, Jim, and Carl;

I just tried to FTP it myself, providing the Customer user profile and
password. It displayed an error 426 about the Data being truncated.

Then it said 139488 bytes sent in .25 seconds. The data was not actually
truncated. The file showed up fine. Asking the client to make any sort
of change is huge.

Their programmers are in Taipei. Jim, how would I find this log file?

Jeffrey Silberberg CompuDesigns, Inc. Atlanta, GA. 30350

As soon as I know the answers
They change the questions !

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