How to capture error code and error in ExecuteCommand

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How to capture error code and error in ExecuteCommand

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I am executing a Perl script on a remote server via "ExecuteCommand". The Perl script can return error and exit code <> 0. However, when ExecuteCommand sees an error or exit code <> 0, it raises SessionRemoteException and the result of the "ExecuteCommand" remains null. How can I capture the error and return code? I am using C#. NET and .NET assembly of Winscp.

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Hi,

Thank you for your reply and looking into the issue. Really appreciate it. Can you also please send me winSCPnet.dll file compatible to the WinSCP.exe v5.6.2.0?

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gauragarwal wrote:

Thank you for your reply and looking into the issue. Really appreciate it. Can you also please send me winSCPnet.dll file compatible to the WinSCP.exe v5.6.2.0?
Sorry I've forgot about this. Sent now.
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Sorry for getting back late. I was working on another area. I tried with the new files but it did not work. It still raise an exception. In Perl, the last statement called is die "error"

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Please set Session.DebugLogPath and attach the log file.
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Here is the log file.

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Please set Session.DebugLogPath and attach the log file.


Here is the log file.
  • debug.log (55.64 KB, Private file)

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Re: Here is the log file.

This is a log from release version of WinSCP, not from the dev version I've sent you.

[2014-10-21 11:00:09.240Z] [0007] Executing Assembly: WinSCPnet, Version=1.2.1.4547, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=2271ec4a3c56d0bf; Path: C:\Users\gagar\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\PFLLoadToolApplication\PFLLoadToolApplication\bin\Debug\WinSCPnet.DLL; Location: C:\Users\gagar\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\PFLLoadToolApplication\PFLLoadToolApplication\bin\Debug\WinSCPnet.dll; Product: 5.6.1.0

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Re: Here is the log file.

martin wrote:

This is a log from release version of WinSCP, not from the dev version I've sent you.

[2014-10-21 11:00:09.240Z] [0007] Executing Assembly: WinSCPnet, Version=1.2.1.4547, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=2271ec4a3c56d0bf; Path: C:\Users\gagar\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\PFLLoadToolApplication\PFLLoadToolApplication\bin\Debug\WinSCPnet.DLL; Location: C:\Users\gagar\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\PFLLoadToolApplication\PFLLoadToolApplication\bin\Debug\WinSCPnet.dll; Product: 5.6.1.0

My bad. Apologies. Thank you and really appreciate it. It works like a charm.

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Re: Here is the log file.

Thanks for your feedback. Official 5.6.2 beta is going to be released in few hours.
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