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We are planning to use Tectia for sFTP file send / receive, from our vb.net application. Will you please let us know, whether tectia works with vb.net sFTP code? If yes, can you please share, sample vb.net code snippet that we should use while working with tectia client.

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asked Mar 03 '11 at 07:05

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Sudhir Kirloskar


Currently we support the JAVA and C API with the connectsecure product.

Thanks, James


answered Mar 15 '11 at 10:12

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So, just to confirm what you are saying. Tectia does not support usage of sftp command line binaries within vb.net/c# applications? Does this mean it just does not work, or that you cannot confirm whether it works or not? Thanks for clarifying!

(Jul 07 '11 at 19:43) thefunnyman thefunnyman's gravatar image

It's certainly possible and supported to call the command line binaries from any application (be that VB.net, C# or perl). What James is referring to here is that we currently do not offer a .NET API that could be used to perform SFTP send/receive operations programatically from within a .NET application.

(Jul 08 '11 at 23:50) Roman ♦♦ Roman's gravatar image

Hi, Thanks for the answer. I can call the Batch file from .NET framework but not sure how to get the file names in the directory from the application. I saw LS -L gives the directory listing but how to return result to application.


(Jul 06 '15 at 17:24) Dibyendu Dibyendu's gravatar image
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