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Hi Sir,

I know that SFTP is different from FTP, the way it works and everything. However I want to use SFTP to create a directory on the server and upload a file to that directory. Example: SFTP Server path is Statements/Personal. In Personal I want to create directory "03-2017". In directory "03-2017" I want to upload file "test.txt". Let's assume I established the connection already...what would be the code to achieve this please since I cannot change directory to the newly created "03-2017" folder and this is dynamically created?

Thanks, Justin

asked Jul 07 '17 at 10:26

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You would call sftp.CreateDir("Statements/Personal/03-2017") to create the "03-2017" directory in "Statements/Personal".


answered Jul 11 '17 at 10:56

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Hi Sir, thanks but the actual question was how do change your current directory without re-connecting?

(Jul 12 '17 at 06:43) justinF
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