The way to upload files for SSH/SFTP RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi,

    I'm trying to figure it out some kind of solution for SSH/SFTP upload. Everything i need is to be able to use Windows Task scheduler to run and upload something. 

    But there is just so much out there, I am not sure were to start. Everything seem so overwhelming.

    Can you guys show me where I should start ?

    Monday, July 29, 2019 12:32 PM


All replies

  • Hi,

    You can create a simple .NET C# Console Application, add the SSH.NET NuGet package and look at for some samples on how to actually upload files.

    Kind regards,

    Johnny Hooyberghs

    Monday, July 29, 2019 1:04 PM
  • For using SSH and relative protocols: SSH.NET Library
    If commercial tools are on your consideration list, you may want to take a look at the Ultimate SFTP

    // Create a new instance.
    Sftp client = new Sftp();
    // Connect to the SFTP server.
    // Authenticate.
    client.Authenticate("test", "test");
    // ...
    // Upload all files and subdirectories from local folder 'c:\temp' to the remote dir '/temp'
    client.UploadFiles("c:\\temp", "/temp");
    // Upload all directories, subdirectories, and files that match the specified search pattern from local folder 'c:\myfolder2' to remote folder '/myfolder2'.
    client.UploadFiles("c:\\myfolder2", "/myfolder2", "*.cs");
    // or you can simply put wildcard masks in the source path, our component will automatically parse it.
    // upload all *.css files from local folder 'c:\myfolder2' to remote folder '/myfolder2'.
    client.UploadFiles("c:\\myfolder2\\*.css", "/myfolder2");
    // Upload *.cs and *.vb files from local folder 'c:\myfolder2' to remote folder '/myfolder2'.
    client.UploadFiles("c:\\myfolder2\\*.cs;*.vb", "/myfolder2");
    // ...
    // Disconnect.

    Take a look at this example

    Tuesday, July 30, 2019 2:33 AM