I am getting "file not found issue" with the following error message.But i am able to move( if (!sftp.RenameFileOrDir(@"OutputADV_MSB_20150602.xlsx", @"ArchiveADV_MSB_20150602.xlsx"))) the file using a console application.Need help on this issue
RenameFile: DllDate: Oct 29 2015 ChilkatVersion: 188.8.131.52 UnlockPrefix: CORLGCSSH Username: ADVQN1VTAPEVT18:FASLOEvents Architecture: Little Endian; 64-bit Language: .NET 4.0 / x64 VerboseLogging: 0 SshVersion: SSH-2.0-1.82_sshlib GlobalSCAPE SftpVersion: 3 oldFilename: OutputADV_MSB_20150602.xlsx newFilename: ArchiveADV_MSB_20150602.xlsx sshReadMessage: mType: CHANNEL_WINDOW_ADJUST --sshReadMessage sshReadMessage: mType: CHANNEL_DATA --sshReadMessage StatusResponseFromServer: Request: FXP_RENAME InformationReceivedFromServer: StatusCode: 2 StatusMessage: File not found --InformationReceivedFromServer --StatusResponseFromServer Failed. --RenameFile
If you do not use full path names, just the file name, SFTP will use the "user's default directory". The file is likely somewhere else.
Make sure to read http://www.cknotes.com/understanding-sftp-absolute-filepaths/
and the documentation for OpenDir: https://www.chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/vcCkSFtpDoc.html#method35 where it says "...An empty path name is valid, and it refers to the user's default directory (usually the user's home directory)..."
answered Dec 24 '15 at 06:12
Also SFTP act different whether Windows or Unix. Also Unix behaves different if the file system is mounted.
The two SFTP and FTP should be combined. When you do a Change Directory, the module should be smart enough to figure out the path.
SFTP is really a pain when dealing with other folders. I have to always use a debugger when trying to figure out the server file destinations.
answered Dec 24 '15 at 10:42