kandi X-RAY | FluentFTP Summary
kandi X-RAY | FluentFTP Summary
FluentFTP is a fully managed FTP and FTPS library for .NET & .NET Standard, optimized for speed. It provides extensive FTP commands, File uploads/downloads, SSL/TLS connections, Automatic directory listing parsing, File hashing/checksums, File permissions/CHMOD, FTP proxies, FXP transfers, UTF-8 support, Async/await support, Powershell support and more. It is written entirely in C#, with no external dependencies. FluentFTP is released under the permissive MIT License, so it can be used in both proprietary and free/open source applications.
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I am using a C# console app to repro the issue. It's a .NET Framework 4.7 app. The FluentFTP version is 24.0.0, installed as a Nuget package.
This is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 11:37
Turns out FluentFTP doesn't support Implicit SSL, so I had to switch to Chilkat.
example-code.com has good examples for this library and here is the link to the example for Implicit SSL: https://www.example-code.com/csharp/ftp_implicitSSL.asp
Copying the example (from the link above) here in case the link stops working.
My class inherits from FluentFTP and I have created a class like this. I need to create a function called
Read in this class. The purpose of the read function is to return a string to me by reading the contents of the files I have read from the FTP line by line. I'll process the rotating string later. Is there a method for this in FluentFTP? Ff there is none, how should I create the function?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-12 at 06:35
To read file to a string using FluentFTP, you can use
FtpClient.Download method that either writes the file contents to
byte array. The following examples uses the latter.
I have a simple Project running on two computers independently. It renames a bunch of files and uploads them via ftp (FluentFTP). On my development computer this works ok...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 07:01
Probably both are like this: img00012.jpg -> myPicture_001_summer.jpg.jpg, because you have checked the "Hide extensions for known files" in one of the computers.
So, open a Windows Explorer > See/View > Options > See/View > Hide Extensions for known files (could be a little different, my language is not EN).
I am trying to upload a file to FTP server using azure function. It finds the file on azure file share and tries to upload it, fairly simple....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 04:31
You can see my test file in
C:\home\site\wwwroot\aa.bak. And use code like you, it works fine.
So I recommand you, try my code, and check the result. If the problem is solved, then it is really great.
If not, I dare to conclude that there is a problem with your file reading. And you need check below code. Or show more details for us.
I have a shared webhosting service which my ASP.NET Core app runs, and an FTP server. I want to serve the files that clients need to download from the site. I want the files not to be accessible to everyone, so this is what I do (I use FluentFTP):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-28 at 12:12
I would like to download multiple download files recursively from a FTP Directory, to do this I'm using FluentFTP library and my code is this one:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-19 at 08:21
I am trying to open an FTP connection over SSL in my code. I'm able to connect and list a directory using FileZilla of WinSCP. But when listing the directory through .NET code using
FtpWebClient, I get the error
(425) Can't open data connection
Since I'm able to connect using FileZilla from the same computer, I'm not sure how to go about troubleshooting this.
Here's my code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-14 at 08:33
.NET framework does not support TLS/SSL session reuse. If your server requires it (what it looks it does), you cannot use
FtpWebRequest nor FluentFTP. Both use the .NET implementation of TLS/SSL.
You will have to use FTP library that uses own TLS/SSL implementation.
You can use my WinSCP .NET assembly. Though contrary to FluentFTP, it's not a native .NET library, it has dependencies on an external binary. But that's what makes it working.
- "Authentication failed because the remote party has closed the transport stream" when transferring to/from FTP server over TLS/SSL using FluentFTP
- Upload file to implicit FTPS server in C# with TLS session reuse
- Suddenly getting "150 Opening Data channel for file download from server" after the FTP downloads was working for years – According to this post and other references elsewhere, the TLS/SSL session reuse was supported earlier with .NET Framework, but some update broke it. In .NET Core it was never working (see also the
dotnetGitHub link above).
I am downloading a file from an ftp usin FLuentFtp. If I call the synchroneous methods:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-11 at 11:52
I think, you have a deadlock in line:
I'm using FluentFTP for connecting, downloading, etc. from FTP
I would like to download files simultaneously from List. There is no problem downloading them one by one.
This is how my code looks like:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-05 at 05:25
It seems that you are using one
FtpClient instance for all your transfers.
FtpClient represents one connection to an FTP server. FTP protocol does not allow multiple parallel transfers over one connection. You have to open a new connection for every parallel transfer.
I need to make a button that will stop downloading the file. For example, I clicked 1 time the download started and the second time it stopped....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-14 at 17:01
First of all, you don't create directly a
CancellationToken, you create a
CancellationTokenSource and get it's
Said that, you can imagine the use of that token, to allow to cancel the operation. You can do something like this:
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