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[DeleGate-En] Re: Proxy HTTP problem with authenticated data FTP connection
16 Oct 2001 10:54:07 GMT feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato)


On 10/16/01(18:53) you pjucqbdyi-yavwm6zafvxr.ml@ml.delegate.org wrote
in <_A1366@delegate-en.ML_>
 |It seems clear that my ie HTTP client requests /html/index_v9 and that
 |delegate takes it as a relative path...
 |What do you think about that ?

ftp://server/path/file must be interpreted as a relative path,
by definition in RFC1738.

<URL:ftp://ftp.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1738.txt>(Uniform Resource Locators (URL))
>  For example, the URL <URL:ftp://myname@host../%2Fetc/motd> is
>  interpreted by FTP-ing to "host.dom", logging in as "myname"
>  (prompting for a password if it is asked for), and then executing
>  "CWD /etc" and then "RETR motd". This has a different meaning from
>  <URL:ftp://myname@host../etc/motd> which would "CWD etc" and then
>  "RETR motd"; the initial "CWD" might be executed relative to the
>  default directory for "myname". On the other hand,
>  <URL:ftp://myname@host..//etc/motd>, would "CWD " with a null
>  argument, then "CWD etc", and then "RETR motd".

If you need to specify an absolute path, it must be named as
ftp://server/%2Fpath/file. (although MSIE might not support it)

Cheers,
Yutaka
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