FTP Limitations...

I am currently using an HP3000, MPE/iX legacy system in conjunction with my WebMethods Integration Server 4.6 and am running into FTP limitations. First my question: within WM Integration Server 4.6, is it possible to do a PUT command with a fully qualified path/filename without doing a CWD or CD (change working directory or change directory)? For example:

Current method:
CWD /webmethods/integrationserver4/bods/process_po
put 123456789

Desired method:
put 123456789 ./webmethods/integrationserver4/bods/process_po/123456789

Now my reason for asking: Our current method seems to set a limitation on the naming convention of incoming files (via FTP) from the WM Integration Server when the CWD or CD command is used, followed by a simple PUT (plus file name). As it is now, the file name HAS to start with an alphanumeric character and can only be 8 characters long. When it doesn�t, this is the error I receive:

FTP Failed: FTP failed for host: attom.cic.lucent.com user: ciceai.om
Return Code: 550
Return Message: 550 The file name specified is exceeds the maximum legal length. (FILE SYSTEM ERROR -110)
Error log from FTP:
–> TYPE A

<-- 200 Type set to A.
–> PORT 135,5,125,160,14,213
–> PORT 135,5,125,160,14,213

<-- 200 PORT command ok.
–> STOR C4540001459;rec=-986,f,ascii

<-- 550 The file name specified is exceeds the maximum legal length. (FILE SYSTEM ERROR -110)

Any suggestions?

-Brian

P.S. Oh, and I�m currently using Win2K Server with Integration Server 4.6.