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Using Client Certificate in edtFTPj/PRO Fails

by ke4ktz » Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:59 am

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Re: Using Client Certificate in edtFTPj/PRO Fails

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Re: Using Client Certificate in edtFTPj/PRO Fails

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Re: Using Client Certificate in edtFTPj/PRO Fails

by support2 » Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:01 am

.NET and Java products are *largely* functionally equivalent, but there are some differences because of their target platforms.

Java is cross-platform, and used a great deal on Unix. So edtFTPj/PRO doesn't use a platform-specific certificate format like PFX.

It's probably best if you send us a log file at the DEBUG level together with the code you are using to support at enterprisedt.com.

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