Rebex Methods are not working . (Unexpected Problem)

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asked Sep 17, 2010 by Shwetamber (290 points)
edited Mar 21, 2011


I am using namespace for .net 2.0 . I am facing the Unexpected problem with Rebex. Some Methods and classes are not working. When i am trying to Sftp class for secure transfer then It is not visible in namespace. Also i see in samples ftp.PutFile() and ftp.Putfiles() method for unique transfer and bulk transfer but i can use only putfile() method But PutFiles() method is not visible.

Can any one help me about these problems. I have buy the full version of rebex.

Thanks & regards Shwetamber Chourey Software Developer India

Applies to: Rebex SFTP, Rebex FTP/SSL

2 Answers

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answered Sep 17, 2010 by Vit Zyka (1,000 points)
edited Sep 17, 2010


from your description it is not clear what component did you purchase. May be you have got only ftp not sftp component or you have an old version that does not contain method GetFiles().

Please send to your order number and we will advise you next steps.

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answered Sep 20, 2010 by shwetamber1 (140 points)
edited Sep 20, 2010


Thanks for reply.
I was buy the full version of rebexftpssl-full-2[1].5.2700.0-dotnet2.0 . These dll does not contain all methods which they have described in sample code. for example they provide a method putfiles() and getfiles() for bulk transfer. But when i trying to use these methods it gives compilation error.

Rebex.Net.Ftp does not contain a definition for putfiles().
(Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference ? )

Also Ftp and FTPS transfer only work when i use default port either 21 or 22. If i use another port then it gives exception for connecting.

Thanks & Regards
Shwetamber Chourey

commented Oct 5, 2010 by Martin Vobr (12,950 points)
The PutFiles and GetFile were added in the build 3300. You have to upgrade to the more recent version to use them. Renewing your support contract will does the job: . Regarding ports other than 21 or 22: If there is no SFTP/FTP server listening on the other other it's impossible to connect. See and for common ports for SFTP, FTP and FTP/SSL.