Opened 13 years ago

Last modified 13 years ago

#3489 closed Bug report

Unnecessary period at the end of a library name (z/OS)

Reported by: toszcze Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Cc: toszcze, Tim Kosse
Component version: Operating system type:
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Description

On z/OS system (FTP server: FTPD1 IBM FTP CS V1R7) when trying to list
members (files in PC systems) in a library (directory in PC systems),
FileZilla3 executes a command:

CWD 'PREFIX.ISPF.ISPPROF.'
(unnecessary period at the end of string)

instead of:
CWD 'PREFIX.ISPF.ISPPROF'

In FileZilla2 there was no such problem.

Attachments (2)

log.txt (429 bytes ) - added by toszcze 13 years ago.
Message log
filezilla.jpg (50.9 KB ) - added by toszcze 13 years ago.
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Change History (12)

comment:1 by toszcze, 13 years ago

FileZilla 3.0.9.2, Windows XP SP2

comment:2 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

If it's just unnecessary it does not harm.

comment:3 by toszcze, 13 years ago

No, it isn't just unnecessary - with period I get only list of libraries in a library, not list of members in this library.

comment:4 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

I'm not sure what's causing is. Please enable "show raw directory listings" in the settings dialog, restart FileZilla, connect to the server, navigate to the directory in question and attach the entire contents of the message log.

by toszcze, 13 years ago

Attachment: log.txt added

Message log

comment:5 by toszcze, 13 years ago

File Added: log.txt

by toszcze, 13 years ago

Attachment: filezilla.jpg added

Screenshot

comment:6 by toszcze, 13 years ago

Message log attached.
But I've found something interesting. This problem occurs only when changing directory by clicking in the top frame - clicking in the bottom frame changes directory in correct way. Sorry, but I can't describe this better - screenshot should explain it very well. ;)
File Added: filezilla.jpg

comment:7 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

Can you attach a log of the "ok" case as well?

Also, directly after connecting it already is in a directory ending with a dot, as seen in the PWD reply.

Are you saying that "foo" and "foo." are different directories? What about "foo.bar" and "foo.bar."?

comment:8 by toszcze, 13 years ago

Sorry, but I'm not able to attach a log right now - I'll do this next week.

"foo.bar" and "foo.bar." are the same directories, but when FileZilla tries to get a filelist of "foo.bar." it gets only a list of directories, without files. A list of "foo.bar" contains files and directories. I can't explain this, because I'm a software developer, not a system engineer.

comment:9 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

I was under the impression that 'FOO.BAR:' represents a normal directory and 'FOO.BAR' a partitioned dataset and 'FOO.BAR(BAZ)' a PDS member.

Promised log still missing.

comment:10 by sf-robot, 13 years ago

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