This function is related to sending and receiving files via FTP.
|Open FTP connection
|This action connects and logs you in to perform operations via FTP.
However, many servers currently do not allow FTP connections, so "Open secure FTP connection" is more likely to be used.
|List FTP directory
|The current directory or a specified directory on the server to which you are connecting for FTP or SFTP.
This is useful for checking files and directories already stored before operating with FTP.
|Open secure FTP connection
|This action connects and logs you in for SFTP operations.
It differs from "Open FTP connection" in that it encrypts the transmission and reception, and many FTP servers cannot connect without this action.
|This action disconnects the FTP connection.
After using "Open FTP connection" or "Open secure FTP connection", use this action to close it.
It is recommended that you close the FTP connection at the end of the FTP operation, as leaving it connected may cause problems.
|Change working directory
|This action changes the current directory of the server to which FTP or SFTP is connected.
However, when performing FTP or SFTP operations, directories are often specified as well, so this action is used infrequently.
|Download file(s) from FTP
|This action retrieves a file from the server to which FTP or SFTP is connected.
|Download folder(s) from FTP
|This action retrieves a folder from the server to which FTP or SFTP is connected.
The files and folders under the folder are also downloaded together.
|Upload file(s) to FTP
|This action uploads a file to an FTP or SFTP server.
|Upload folder(s) to FTP
|This action uploads a folder to the specified directory on the FTP or SFTP server.
The files and folders under the directory are also uploaded together.
|Delete FTP file
|Deletes file on the FTP or SFTP server.
|Rename FTP file
|Renames file on an FTP or SFTP server.
|Create FTP directory
|Create a new directory on an FTP or SFTP server.
|Delete FTP directory
|Delete the entire contents of a specified directory on an FTP or SFTP server.
|Invoke FTP command