this will trigger a new 'read event where you call COPY again etc.
This is from memory so I might be wrong.
For example, in the HTTP scheme, in the 'read event I call the check-response function, which determines if more data is needed (do we have all the headers? do we need content data? etc.) and calls READ on the port accordingly.
actually, I think that returning TRUE from the 'read event means "we are done, no more data to read", which signals the higher level READ to return your data. But, I might be wrong here, I don't remember the details.
Ah, OK, so calling READ from READ. I will try that. Thanks.
Yes, I think Gabriele is right...you need to call READ action from READ event. AFAIK you can also WRITE on port from READ event to send some data to server if necessary...etc. It depends on the protocol spec/logic you need to follow.
>> load ftp://user:firstname.lastname@example.org/ ** Script error: cannot access state in path port/state/connection ** Where: read either read-decode case load ** Near: read source if find system/options/file-types type [data: de...
I was wondering if this is a known issue or a regression?
The same port/state/connection error shows up when trying to write a file as well.