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File Upload via URL

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by arpitb, Oct 4, 2008.

  1. arpitb

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    Is there any way to upload files via URL? like in Legacy file manager we get upload from computer option, is there any option to upload direct via URL?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    That functionality is only available in some FTP clients.

    Relying on a URL in the cPanel interface to routinely upload files is typically not a good idea.

    May I ask what you are trying to do so I can match you up with the appropriate utility to use? For example, are you trying to upload the same file from a local workstation to the server on a routine basis?
     
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    Yet there is this option?
     
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    Are you looking to do something like automate file uploads? I ask because you replied to a 3 year old thread and many new methods of file transfer are now popular. If I know more about what you are looking to accomplish, I can better assist you.
     
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