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Hello Chilkat,

I am using the latest 9.4.1 version of IOS API. How to get upload/download progress and bytes uploaded/downloaded through CkoSFtpProgress Class?

I am using your API for SFTP.

we are also planing to buy your API for using SFTP for the application to be in AppStore. So, we can buy only SFTP module for $199. right?

Thanks, Sai Jithendra

asked Jan 23 '14 at 00:36

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Sai Jithendra

edited Jan 23 '14 at 22:55

Hello Chilkat, I am blocked here and waiting for your reply since 2 days :(

(Jan 25 '14 at 02:02) Sai Jithendra

Hi Sal,

This is a user-to-user help forum, so you are probably better off contact Chilkat directly by e-mail regarding licensing questions.

However, it looks like a 1 developer license to SFTP is $149, up to 4 developer license is $199, and an unlimited developer license $249. All of the above come with 1 year of support.

That said, I highly recommend buying the Chilkat bundle. For less than 2x the price of a single component license, you get access to the entire suite of libraries, and while you might not think that you need them now, I think you will find that they will be very useful in the future. In particular the HTTP, FTP, IMAP, Email, Crypto, and ZIP libraries are very handy.


answered Jan 25 '14 at 11:15

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Hi jpbro,

Very thanks for your reply. This is basically for clients. So they just needed only SFTP. Anyway, I will post your suggestion to them. Let them decide about it.

But, main problem is showing progress for upload/download for IOS using CkoSFtpProgress Class. Could you help me please? I am really struked there :(

Thanks, Sai Jithendra

(Jan 25 '14 at 11:21) Sai Jithendra

Hi Sai (sorry for calling you Sal earlier- misread).

Unfortunately, I don't know anything about iOS programming, so I can't be of any help. Maybe someone else can chime in?

I did find this thread that might help though: Event Callbacks in iOS Objective C

(Jan 25 '14 at 11:57) jpbro ♦

No issues for my name :) . I understood. Thanks for your help.

(Jan 27 '14 at 04:34) Sai Jithendra
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