transferOptions.FilePermissions = nulland
transferOptions.PreserveTimestamp = falsein place for several years now.
If I call the
transferResult.Check()for each upload, it will go into the Catch, and I get:
I tried switching toSystem Error. Code: 2.
The system cannot find the file specified | File or folder 'SomeFile.txt' does not exist.
System Error. Code: 2.
The system cannot find the file specified SessionRemoteException
!transferResult.IsSuccess, but I get the same issue, where it thinks the file failed to upload when it didn't.
I will mention that the remote FTP server was recently changed, either to a new server, or just had the address updated. Would there be any sort of setting on the new server that I could inform them about to alleviate these errors? I really hate to turn off upload validation, but it is causing concern on daily reports when there really is no issue.