Associate a file name extension with a specific file type.
- A string that specifies the file name extension.
- Specifies the type of file associated with the file extension.
This parameter can be one of the following values:
|The file being transferred is an ASCII text file. The
characters the mark the end of a line (for example, a carriage
return/linefeed pair under MS-DOS) are automatically converted to
the format used by the target operating system.
|The file being transferred is a text file created using the
EBCDIC character set. If a file is being uploaded, ASCII characters
are automatically converted to EBCDIC. If the file is being
downloaded, EBCDIC characters are automatically converted to ASCII.
|The file is transferred without any modification. This is the
default file transfer type, and should be used when transferring
binary (non-text) data.
A value of zero is returned if the operation was successful,
otherwise a non-zero error code is returned which indicates the cause
of the failure.
The AddFileType method is used to associate specific file
types with file name extensions. The control has an internal list of
standard text file extensions which it automatically recognizes. This
method can be used to extend or modify that list for the client