JSCAPE Secure FTP Server 3.6 released
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE Secure FTP Server 3.6, a platform independent Java based managed file transfer server that supports FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP/S and WebDAV file transfer protocols. Both free Community and paid Professional/Enterprise editions are available.
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This release includes the following enhancements and fixes.
Enhancement: Added ability to create directory on server if it does not exist when creating a virtual path.
Enhancement: Added email address property to user account. This value will be used as the default From address value when using ad-hoc email file transfers.
Enhancement: Moved various properties from WebDAV service to File > Settings > WebDAV in JSCAPE Secure FTP Server Manager.
Enhancement: Moved various properties from HTTP service to File > Settings > HTTP in JSCAPE Secure FTP Server Manager.
Enhancement: Added protocol level debugging support to Resources.
Enhancement: Moved virtual paths for user accounts to it's own tab named Paths in Edit user account dialog.
Enhancement: Added time elapsed, time remaining and transfer speed information to progress bar in HTML user interface.
Enhancement: Added wildcard support to LIST, MLST and MLSD command in FTP/S protocols.
Enhancement: Added support for MFMT and MFCT commands in FTP/S protocols.
Enhancement: Various enhancements made to WebDAV Java applet.
Enhancement: Added ability to copy an existing trigger.
Enhancement: Added ability to resume an interrupted transfer in WebDAV Java applet.
Enhancement: Added sorting capabilities to Directory Monitors, Reports, Groups and Resources sections of JSCAPE Secure FTP Server Manager.
Bug Fix: Fixed hanging progress bar experienced in HTML based user interface if user loses Internet connectivity during file upload. User now receives an error message indicating that the connection was lost.
Bug Fix: Fixed data timeout channel issue experienced during large file transfer when using FTP/S protocols and non-passive connection.