PowerTCP FTP for .NET v2.3/PowerTCP Secure FTP for .NET v2.3

PowerTCP FTP for .NET v2.3/PowerTCP Secure FTP for .NET v2.3

The latest release of PowerTCP FTP for .NET and PowerTCP Secure FTP for .NET include routine maintenance updates, as well as the addition of three new properties: UseControlAddressForPassive, UseIpSync, and MaxTransferRate.

  UseControlAddressForPassive. Besides setting a record for our use of Hungarian notation, this property allows you to override the address returned from the server when the PASV command is sent.

   UseIpSync. The XP SP2 firewall enhancement does not respond correctly to the IP/SYNC signal used for aborting a file transfer (neither do many servers). Through the use of this property, your users can control the use of this feature when aborting a file transfer.

   MaxTransferRate. Because FTP file transfers can be processor intensive, customers have asked us to throttle the transfer speed. If the value of this property is below the actual transfer rate, the worker thread will be put to sleep each second to slow the actual rate to match this value specified by this property.

 PowerTCP FTP for .NET adds file transfer capabilities to any .NET application. Using PowerTCP FTP for .NET, you can transfer files using wildcards or streams, or directly access the data connection. Debugging has been extended beyond run-time testing to a new design-time Editor that lets you test file transfers without compiling. Properties set in the Editor are recorded directly in your code, and a real-time feedback window gives you a detailed view of client-server communications.

 PowerTCP Secure FTP for .NET adds secure file transfer capabilities using SSL encryption with certificate authentication.

 

Dart Communications

Price: PowerTCP FTP for .NET, US$249; PowerTCP Secure FTP for .NET, US$349.

Web Site: http://www.dart.com

 

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