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FTP STOU Issue (5 posts)

  • Started 6 years ago by vinayak.satapute
  • Latest reply 6 years ago from vinayak.satapute
  • vinayak.satapute Member

    Hi,

    This is the scenario in which I am passing a message to a B2B gateway(Datapower XI50) from MQFrontside handler.The message from MQ has to be written into a unique file of supplied URL.(Ex:FTP://user:passwd@ipaddress/Folder/)

    This above FTP setting is done in Data Power Multiple Protocol gateway.

    Following is the error detail from the Data power box and corresponding suggestion.
    ****************************************
    Event Code 0x80e000ad - The FTP client cannot write an URL ending in slash.

    The FTP client was requested to write an URL ending in a slash ("/"). The FTP Client Properties (of the User Agent) did not include the option to use the "STOU" command to let the FTP server assign a filename when the URL ends in a slash, so the file transfer will fail.

    Suggestion:
    Either enable "STOU" if you want the server to assign unique filenames, or find out why the provided URL ends in a slash.

    *****************************************

    Please share the solution for this.

    Thank you.

    Vinayak Satapute.

    Posted 6 years ago #

  • Scott McGuire Administrator

    Hi,

    Are you using the Macintosh FTP client Fetch when you receive this error message?

    If so, could you please describe exactly what you were doing in Fetch when you received the message?

    Thanks,

    Scott McGuire
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 6 years ago #

  • vinayak.satapute Member

    HI,

    FTP Procedure follows this way...

    Passing a message from MQ queue(Frond End) ---> B2B Gate Way(Middleware,Data Power Box) ---> Application server's local folder as a unique file(back end application)

    I am putting a message to a MQ Queue. This queue is configured in Data power box under Mulitiple Protocol Gateway(MPG in which we set some policy and actions for the incoming message) in which the message received from queue is forwarded to the FTP url.This Ftp is set in Multiple protocol gateway as Back end URL (ftp://user:passwd@10.251.21.150/RAPID/).

    Soon after putting the message to queue,When you check the system log details for MPG(Mulitiple Protocol Gateway)
    It has the following info....

    ****************************************************************************************************************

    10:26:02 mpgw error 27688 e 10.251.21.150 0x01130006 mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): Failed to establish a backside connection
    10:26:02 mpgw error 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e00126 mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): Valid backside connection could not be established: Failed to establish a backside connection
    10:26:02 ftp info 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e0009a mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): FTP Client: reached done state
    10:26:02 ftp debug 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e000ac mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): FTP Client: closing
    10:26:02 ftp debug 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e00096 mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): FTP Client: FTP Client: reply code 221 in state 'QUIT'. Reply text: ' Goodbye.'
    10:26:02 ftp debug 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e0009b mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): FTP Client: command 'QUIT' sent

    10:26:02 ftp info 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e000ad mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): FTP Client: URL 'ftp://10.251.21.150/RAPID/' cannot end with slash unless STOU enabled

    10:26:02 ftp debug 27688 10.251.21.150 0x80e0009d mpgw (RAPD_CNS_B2BgatewayInterface_MPG): FTP Client: opening data connection to 10.251.21.150 port 61555

    ********************************************************************************************************************

    I am not using Macintosh FTP clinet fetch. Hope you understood the scenario.Please share the solution.

    Regards,
    Vinayak Satapute.

    Posted 6 years ago #

  • Scott McGuire Administrator

    Hi,

    This is a support forum for issues relating to Fetch, the Macintosh FTP client.

    As such, I apologize, but we are not familiar with the software and setup you are using, so we do not know what the solution is or have any advice for you.

    We recommend that you try asking your question in a more general-purpose FTP discussion forum, or one dedicated to the particlar software that you are using.

    Thanks,

    Scott McGuire
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 6 years ago #

  • vinayak.satapute Member

    Ok.No problem.

    I Will try from general FTP forum related with my software.

    Thanks for the advice.

    Regards,
    Vinayak Satapute.

    Posted 6 years ago #

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