Represents the types of FTP protocol methods that can be used with an FTP request. This class cannot be inherited.
Assembly: System (in System.dll)
Thetype exposes the following members.
|AppendFile||Represents the FTP APPE protocol method that is used to append a file to an existing file on an FTP server.|
|DeleteFile||Represents the FTP DELE protocol method that is used to delete a file on an FTP server.|
|DownloadFile||Represents the FTP RETR protocol method that is used to download a file from an FTP server.|
|GetDateTimestamp||Represents the FTP MDTM protocol method that is used to retrieve the date-time stamp from a file on an FTP server.|
|GetFileSize||Represents the FTP SIZE protocol method that is used to retrieve the size of a file on an FTP server.|
|ListDirectory||Represents the FTP NLIST protocol method that gets a short listing of the files on an FTP server.|
|ListDirectoryDetails||Represents the FTP LIST protocol method that gets a detailed listing of the files on an FTP server.|
|MakeDirectory||Represents the FTP MKD protocol method creates a directory on an FTP server.|
|PrintWorkingDirectory||Represents the FTP PWD protocol method that prints the name of the current working directory.|
|RemoveDirectory||Represents the FTP RMD protocol method that removes a directory.|
|Rename||Represents the FTP RENAME protocol method that renames a directory.|
|UploadFile||Represents the FTP STOR protocol method that uploads a file to an FTP server.|
|UploadFileWithUniqueName||Represents the FTP STOU protocol that uploads a file with a unique name to an FTP server.|
The members of this class can be used to set the Method property that determines the protocol method that is to be used to perform a requested action, such as uploading or downloading a file.
Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core Role not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core Role supported with SP1 or later; Itanium not supported)
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