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edtFTPnet/PRO 6.0 released!

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edtFTPnet/PRO 6.0 released!

by support2 » Mon Dec 08, 2008 12:52 pm

Enterprise Distributed Technologies Ltd is very pleased to announce the immediate release of edtFTPnet/PRO 6.0.0 - an upgrade to EDT's popular software library for embedding secure file transfer functionality (SFTP and FTPS) in .NET applications.

6.0 now includes FTPShell and FTPScript - a command line shell for FTP, and a simple scripting language.

Other fixes and enhancements to edtFTPnet/PRO this release:

* Fix bug where on resuming an FTP transfer, the local file gets locked.
* Add ClientPrivateKeyBytes to SecureFTPConnection (for SFTP private key).
* Fixed problem where Logger initialization fails with ConfigurationErrorsException because of corrupt configuration file - now ignores this.
* Added support for BytesTransferred event during directory listings.
* FTPLocalFileList and FTPRemoteFileList now use Windows shell icons for each file-type.
* Fixed problem where server replies had embedded \r chars. This meant it was wrongly thought that the reply was complete, when in fact more was to come (resulting in out of order replies further along). Now permit \r\n or \n as EOL - not \r.
* Fixed problem with Microsoft ISA HTTP proxy (failing because of multiple proxy-authenticate header fields).
* Fixed bizarre SFTP problem where a corrupt value in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\International\sPositiveSign causes Int32.Parse('0') to throw an exception (while parsing a version number). Can also be fixed by setting the country in Control Panel - Regional to a different country and back again!
Ignore errors from FX_STAT while listing directories. Some directories on some servers (such as '/') seem to permit listing but return "File does not exist" when FX_STAT-ed.

See

http://www.enterprisedt.com/products/ed ... rview.html

to download a trial version and for more details.

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