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Hi - I am evaluating moving to edtFTPNet PRO in order to be able to use the FTPS protocol. We have used edtFPTNet for a few months and have been happy with it.

Until now we have used the FtpClient for our connections. In order to have a common base class (FTPConnection) for all connections, I have ported our code to use FTPConnection and it's subclasses.

However, we make use of the FTPClient Modtime() method. Is there an equivalent on FTPConnection, or do I need to open a separate FTPClient connection just to check the file's Modtime before downloading it?

Thanks,
Peter

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FTPConnection.GetLastWriteTime(string)

We've tried to name properties and methods similarly to the standard .NET classes.

- Hans (EnterpriseDT)
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Great! Missed that in the documentation. Thanks for the quick reply.
Peter

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