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#22198
Posted: 10/25/2012 08:47:28
by Andrew Baker (Standard support level)
Joined: 08/22/2011
Posts: 5

I have uninstalled and re-installed everything and still get the same results in VS2008. Loading the VS2008 sample in Eldos\SecureBlackBox.Net\Samples\VB.NET\FTPSBlackBox\Client\SimpleFTPS doesn't give me any compilation errors as the constant SBConstants.Unit.sbSSL3 is recognized. The project references V10 assemblies and there is no trace of V9 on my system. Loading a similar project using the compact framework does give me an error. However for test purposes I think I can just comment out those lines for now to see if V10 does solve the problem.
#22199
Posted: 10/25/2012 10:20:43
by Ken Ivanov (EldoS Corp.)

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It doesn't, that's my problem.

It's not a problem, it's the correct course of things. As the constants have been relocated, you should reference them as SBSSLConstants.Unit.sbSSL3 and so on. So this means that you have installed and referenced v10 correctly. It is a good idea for you to proceed with it, as fixes (if any) will only be added to v10 and not to earlier versions.

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The whole transfer takes about 25 seconds on my system so I would think that when the error occurs it's after 15-20 seconds.

15-20 seconds can hardly mean an abandoned connection for a router. BTW, do you have access to a router's log?

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Loading the VS2008 sample in Eldos\SecureBlackBox.Net\Samples\VB.NET\FTPSBlackBox\Client\SimpleFTPS doesn't give me any compilation errors as the constant SBConstants.Unit.sbSSL3 is recognized. The project references V10 assemblies and there is no trace of V9 on my system

It is likely that the older assemblies are cached somewhere (e.g. in the GAC). Please try to switch "Specific version" and "Copy Local" options for the referenced assemblies and check if it changes anything.

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