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edrget

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Download network file using FTP or HTTP protocol.

Overview Parameters

Description

When the Uniform Resouce Locator (URL) of a desired file is entered, edrget will use the FTP or HTTP protocol to download the requested file. The URL must contain the scheme, domain, path, and filename.
URL Example:
ftp://host.gov/directory/sub_directory/image_name.QUB
or
http://host.gov/directory/sub_directory/image_name.QUB

Categories


History

Robert Sucharski2005-07-12 Original version
Brendan George2007-02-14 Added TOPATH parameter
Brendan George2007-02-15 Changed output to default to current working directory
Steven Lambright2007-08-14 Added an application test
Tyler Wilson2015-09-14 Added a timeout event handler to gracefully exit the application in the event the ftp server response time becomes too long.
Ian Humphrey2016-04-14 Replaced httpget and ftpget classes with ResourceGet class for updating to Qt5.
Makayla Shepherd2017-03-02 Added https to reflect changes in the server.
Tyler Wilson2017-06-29 Changed ResourceGet::getResource function. If there are SSL handshaking errors when attempting to download an https resource, and this application is running on OS X, the network reply is instructed to ignore the errors. References #4771.

Parameter Groups

Files

Name Description
URLUniform Resouce Locator (URL) of the desired file.
TOPATHThe path to the output file

Timeout (ms)

Name Description
TIMEOUTTimeout (in milliseconds) for file requests.
X

Files: URL


Description

This is the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) for the network file to downloaded. The URL must contain the scheme, domain name, path, and file name.
URL Example:
ftp://host.gov/directory/sub_directory/image_name.QUB
or
http://host.gov/directory/sub_directory/image_name.QUB

Type string
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X

Files: TOPATH


Description

This path describes where the output file is to be located. The output filename will be derived from the URL.

Type string
Internal Default Current Working Directory
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X

Timeout (ms): TIMEOUT


Description

If the application does not hear from the server in the allotted amount of time, it quits and displays an error.

Type integer
Internal Default 60000
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