The rest of this article explains how to upload a file and overwrite a preexisting file using FTP. If the data set name already exists at the receiving site and the logical record length LRecl of the data set at the receiving site is less than the LRecl of the transmitted data set, then FTP truncates the transmitted data set.
It's also important to open the destination file on your Joomla Instance. The remote host rejects the transfer if the storage method is store-unique. Next, right click on the updated file's name and select the "Upload" button. Learn how to access your FTP login details.
To send a data set to the remote host, you must have a defined working directory on the remote host and write privileges to the files in this working directory. To avoid this, whenever making additions, deletions, or changes while using FTP, we definitely recommend that you download and backup a file before you get to work.
FTP cannot read from the named pipe until another process on the client host opens the named pipe for writing.
Use the SUnique subcommand to change the storage method. Requirements: To put files on the remote host with unique file names, you must have set unique storage on before issuing the PUt command.
If a process does not open the named pipe, the client fails the file transfer. If open is allowed to continue and it fails due to lack of authority, then the reply will not be as definitive.
The remote host appends the local file to the foreign file if the foreign file exists as a named pipe. Select "OK", and your file will be updated.