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Re: Re: SessionRemoteException on GetFiles

I do that first, but it's appear that the download take 1000 times longer. I don't know why.

For the moment I try with the FileMask and if I catch an error, I'll loop on each file.
Or I'll make a smaller list

Thanks for your answer,

Re: Re: SessionRemoteException on GetFiles

OK, so it's about file mask. I understand now.

This issue has been added to the tracker:

You should better call Session.GetFiles for every file individually.

Re: Re: SessionRemoteException on GetFiles

The error can be shown on line 2107 in alaloop-synch-manager-session.txt

Re: SessionRemoteException on GetFiles

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SessionRemoteException on GetFiles

Hi everybody!

I used WinSCP With WinSCPnet.dll.

When I used the Session.GetFiles function with a short list file all works fine. But when I give as parameter a long list (more than 500 Files) I catch an Exception when I called TransfertOperationResult.Check just after the GetFiles.

'_oResult.Check()' threw an exception of type 'WinSCP.SessionRemoteException'
base {WinSCP.SessionException}: {WinSCP.SessionRemoteException: Missing parameter for command 'get'. à WinSCP.OperationResultBase.Check()}

If I call Session.GetFiles one by one (for each file) all works.
The only difference between the first and the second call is that i have defined the FileMask of TransfertOptions.
I've tried this because it seems that downloading files one by one takes more time than TransfertOptions.

so : my questions are :
- This exception is it normalous ?
- Did they have a limit of files for GetFiles ?