Using Python SFTP, OpenDir and ReadDir, I can see a type node symlink, but I can not open and read (OpenDir and ReadDir) this node.
The error is:
Sent FXP_OPENDIR StatusResponseFromServer: Request: FXP_OPENDIR InformationReceivedFromServer: StatusCode: 2 StatusMessage: No such file - InformationReceivedFromServer - StatusResponseFromServer Failed.You can open and read symlinks?
I tested it by creating a symbolic link to a directory on an SSH server. Then, on another computer, I connected to the server and called OpenDir using the symbolic link, and everything worked.
Please post the full contents of the LastErrorText. Also, PLEASE post the LastErrorText inside <pre> and </pre> tags so that it's readable..
I have not control over the SSH server, I dont know how this symbolic link was created (is over customer control).
Here the complete LastErrorText.
ChilkatLog: OpenDir: DllDate: Aug 7 2012 UnlockPrefix: ANILINSSH Username: pepejeans.sellbytel.es:root Architecture: Little Endian; 64-bit Language: Linux C/C++ VerboseLogging: 0 SshVersion: SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.5 SftpVersion: 3 path: /customers/sellbytell Sent FXP_OPENDIR StatusResponseFromServer: Request: FXP_OPENDIR InformationReceivedFromServer: StatusCode: 2 StatusMessage: No such file --InformationReceivedFromServer --StatusResponseFromServer Failed. --OpenDir --ChilkatLog
I don't think the problem is with Chilkat. I suspect one of the following:
1) The "/customers/sellbytell" directory does not actually exist on the SSH/SFTP server.
2) "/customers/sellbytell" exists, but it is a symbolic link that points to some directory that does not exist.
3) Perhaps you need to pass a directory path relative to your SSH/SFTP user account home directory, such as "customers/sellbytell" (without the leading forward slash)