Hi and thanks for replies so far.
I knew this would cause confusion, I'll try to explain the situation
a bit better.
I have no problem with the setting up of the websites file structure,
or of getting sailwave to send the results, indeed I have trialed it
The results are all sent from the same computer but there are many
different users of various capabilities, if sailwave
cannot "remember" the details, then each of those people must know
and enter correctly the directory path, the domain and critically the
password (Not something I want all and sundry to know), in order to
I was just hoping it was a program function I couldn't find.
Martin Clubsite WWW.Swanagesailingclub.org.uk
P.S. I think Anders solution is closest, but as I haven't got into
ASP stuff yet it may be a while before I can do it his way.
--- In email@example.com, "Anders Landenstad"
You can find sailwaveresults at www.optisweden.nu
Under "Resultat/Ranking" The page open an I-frame and the asp-code
just read files and directories. I have set up a special directory
under root that allows the regattaofficers to send results through
I think the needed files is still under "File-area" here at the
> Hi Håvard
> At the time, I thought that 'the web guy' would create the
> structure, then other folk would save to it - to keep some
> Once the directory is set up you cave include it in the file
> could extend it so that users can create directories but went for
> safety at the time. let me know Id you think it needs a tweak.
> Colin J
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Håvard Ravn Ottesen
> <havard.ravn@o...> wrote:
> > Hi Martin
> > Take a look at
> > www.trondhjems-
> > be the alternative you looking for. Youll find the option under
> > "publish".
> > A minor detail is the lack of possibility to store a remote
> > for the published file. i.e Trondhjems Seilforening (where Im
> > Officer) doesn't have www read access to the root directory -
> > therefore we had to set up a cron job to pick the file
> > the final directory.
> > Regards
> > Håvard Ravn Ottesen
> > Race Officer
> > Trondhjems Seilforening
> > From: martinhamlyn [mailto:martinhamlyn@y…]
> > Sent: 9. mai 2004 23:31
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [sailwave] Publishing Race Results
> > I am the webmaster of my clubs website and wish to facilitate
> > publishing results straight to the site using FTP. At present
> > results are sent to me via email and I then place them on the
> > server.
> > Am I missing something or do you have to enter domain name,
> > name and password etc every time you need to publish?
> > Is there a way of saving the FTP data for use each time you
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sailwavedev" <colin@s...> wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > upload, ie so that it does not need to be re-entered.
> > Martin
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