One way to find out what is happening is to save an FTP log. You can do this by turning on the “Save log” checkbox in the Upload dialog. Then try uploading the new document again.
To find the log file:
- Click on Go in the Finder menu
- Hold down the Option (Alt) key and select Library
- Open the Logs folder in the Library folder
- Open the “Freeway Pro” folder in the Logs folder
This will contain an “ftp.log” file. If it contains more than one, choose the one with the most recent date, and drag it onto a text editor (e.g. TextEdit.app). Alternatively, double-click on it and it will open in the Console app. Then scroll to the bottom.
Near the bottom it will probably say "*** Upload interrupted [-26042] **”, and above that it will say " rm command failed: No such file or directory”. Just above that it should say what file or folder it was trying to delete. Can you copy that line and report what it says?
On 16 Sep 2020, at 17:01, Mark Ballard via freewaytalk email@hidden wrote:
Yes have created a new folder and all good.
However when I go to upload I get an instant error that says
"Cannot dele file because the server reported an error. [rm command failed: No such file or directory]
If I go back to the previous Freeway file and upload it works perfectly but then I guess it’s not trying to delete anything!?
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