Topic "Resume Support DLL Issue"

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rrigglebb
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I am running winSCP 5.5.5 my issue is when I send a file to this one client per the GUI with resume support disabled it transfers correctly with the file name on their server but when I use the vb.net DLL TransferResumeSupportState.off it transfers to the client but there is no file name and no errors on my side.

I know this client has had issues in the past with WinSCP that is why they directed me to disable the resume support so I assume turning this off in the dll code would have worked as expected just like the GUI.

Here is the line in the log from the DLL transfer - Script: put -nopermissions -preservetime -transfer="binary" -resumesupport="off" -- "C:\SIMS\AUTOFTP\TEST*" ""

I think I read somewhere that someone suggestion was to put a / in the remote directory put statement for missing file names on the remote server I haven't test this yet.

The DLL transfer is using Windows 7 and the GUI transfer is using XP.

Any help would greatly be appreciated.

UPDATE - I tried setting the remote parameter to "/" that gave me an error of bad message from their FTP server. One thing I did find out is they don't support sub folders on their FTP server.
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martin
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Please attach a complele session log both from GUI and .NET assembly.
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rrigglebb
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Here are those logs.
NETDLLUnsuccessfulSessionLog.log (7.79 KB) [Download]

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GUISuccessfulSessionLog.log (2.88 KB) [Download]

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I cannot help if you remove the target path from the log, what is obviously the key information in this issue.
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rrigglebb
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prikryl wrote:
I cannot help if you remove the target path from the log, what is obviously the key information in this issue.


Which line in the log are the referring to?
martin
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These:

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. 2014-10-27 07:45:30.229 Copying 1 files/directories to remote directory "/******"

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prikryl wrote:
These:

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. 2014-10-27 07:45:30.229 Copying 1 files/directories to remote directory "/******"


Here is that remote directory - N0010099
rrigglebb
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Is there anyway you can tell me how the GUI is setting the resumesupport value with uploading to a site. The GUI worked but the vb.net dll did not set it correctly because on the remote server it was there with no file name.
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