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Problem with VB.net code.
After windows update to 1903 version this code(which worked before) leaves an empty file on the server.
Can someone help me?
Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
UploadFile("C:\test.txt, Servername & "/test.txt", User, PW)
Public Sub UploadFile(ByVal _FileName As String, ByVal _UploadPath As String, ByVal _FTPUser As String, ByVal _FTPPass As String)
Dim _FileInfo As New System.IO.FileInfo(_FileName)
Dim _FtpWebRequest As System.Net.FtpWebRequest = CType(System.Net.FtpWebRequest.Create(New Uri(_UploadPath)), System.Net.FtpWebRequest)
_FtpWebRequest.Credentials = New System.Net.NetworkCredential(_FTPUser, _FTPPass)
_FtpWebRequest.EnableSsl = True
_FtpWebRequest.KeepAlive = False
_FtpWebRequest.Timeout = 15000
_FtpWebRequest.Method = System.Net.WebRequestMethods.Ftp.UploadFile
_FtpWebRequest.UseBinary = True
_FtpWebRequest.ContentLength = _FileInfo.Length
Dim buffLength As Integer = 2048
Dim buff(buffLength - 1) As Byte
Dim _FileStream As System.IO.FileStream = _FileInfo.OpenRead()
Dim _Stream As System.IO.Stream = _FtpWebRequest.GetRequestStream()
Dim contentLen As Integer = _FileStream.Read(buff, 0, buffLength)
Do While contentLen <> 0
_Stream.Write(buff, 0, contentLen)
contentLen = _FileStream.Read(buff, 0, buffLength)
Catch ex As Exception
Need help in making the Android Code visible in the Article. I have included code tag "pre" and have copied my XML code. But the Code is not visible as intended.
Please find the image for the issue. Leftside is the editor section and Right side shows the issues.
How do i include the Whole xml section in as code in the article.