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martin

Re: Development build

tj wrote:

I was wondering if it would be possible to get the dev build with support for streaming with SFTP protocol (5.18), so I can try it and see if it will meet my needs?

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tj

Development build

I was wondering if it would be possible to get the dev build with support for streaming with SFTP protocol (5.18), so I can try it and see if it will meet my needs?


Thanks!
Gert.Broekhaar@rivm.nl

Thanks Martin!

Looking forward for the streaming option! For the moment, I'll stick to the practice of first writing to the local file

Gert
martin

Re: Directly write contents of a string object to the remote file

It's not supported in the current version of WinSCP.

The next version of WinSCP will supporting streaming with SFTP protocol:
https://winscp.net/tracker/1738

I can provide you a development build, if you want to try it.
Gert.Broekhaar@rivm.nl

Directly write contents of a string object to the remote file

Hello,

Being aware that my question perhaps is not in line with the SCP-protocol, I wondered if it is possible to directly write the contents of a .NET string to the remote file? Using the PutFiles-method I see that the first two parameters are localPath and remotePath. I would like to skip the step of first writing the string contents to a local file and then using the PutFiles but the method doesn't seem to have an overload to support this approach. Is there a way to accomplish this with WinSCP?

Thanks very much,

Gert