mixed Net_FTP::put (
bool $overwrite = false
int $mode = null
This uploads a file to the FTP server from the computer your script runs on.
string $local_file - The source file you'd like to upload. You can specify this with either an absolute path or a path relative to the scripts directory. (Beware: The script directory is determined by the called script, if you use includes!)
string $remote_file - The path (including filename) you'd like to upload to. This could either be an absolute or relative path to a file (not a directory! see: Net_FTP::putRecursive()).
bool $overwrite = false - Whether to overwrite the remote file, if it exists or not. If not set the file will not be overwritten.
int $mode = null - This has to be one of the constants FTP_ASCII or FTP_BINARY. If not specified, the class will try to determine the mode from the file extension (from extensions.ini) or fall back to the standard transfer mode (attribute).
mixed - true on success, otherwise PEAR::Error.
Several errors may be returned by put. The errornumber is unspecific (until now) and will not tell you anything about the errormessage. Possible errors are:
|Local file '$local_file' does not exist.||The local file you specified does not exist.||Correct the local file path.|
|Remote file '$remote_file' exists and may not be overwriten.||The specified remote file exists but may not be overwritten.||Maybe you don't have the permission to overwrite the file. Check the filepermissions.|
|File '$local_file' could not be uploaded to '$remote_file'.||The upload of the local file failed.||This may have several reasons: Maybe the local file does not exist or the remote directory you wanted to upload to does not exist or is not writeable.|
This function can not be called statically.
var_dump($test->put('/tmp/downloaded.zip', 'foo/bar.zip', true, FTP_BINARY));