TS Net for Indy vs Business
andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Dec 27 14:31:45 EST 2016
Yes, we found that page as well. The problem is that even though the page
lists features available to each license, there is no list of commands and
functions per license. For example, it says that public key authentication
is only available to business license holders, so we'd assume that if we
call tsNetUploadFileSync passing a username and password as an SFTP URL,
should work but it doesn't. Then we'd look into the docs and see that we
can pass a settings array with username and password which also doesn't
When I say "doesn't work", I don't mean it is buggy, I mean it returns an
error saying the external is unlicensed. Which will probably make me
fallback to using shell commands to scp/sftp/rsync or whatever I need to
make file transfers.
This "escalation of features" for file transfers based on your license for
me is cumbersome as I am more prone to use other solutions than stay inside
LC but this is a whole different thread.
What I think would be useful and not disruptive to HQ business model is
more info about this license limitations inside the LC dictionary. When you
look at a given entry there, you don't see this info.
PS: It has been a while hasn't it?
On Tue, Dec 27, 2016 at 7:32 AM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
> Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami wrote:
> > We need some help.
> > We know that we can do SFTP with TS-Net external
> > but
> > functions that we try to use from an Indy LC return "unlicensed" even
> > when, the documentation make not indication that they should fail
> > without the business license.
> > What we need is
> > Documention on what functions and methods work for SFTP in Indy.
> There's probably a more intuitive taxonomic placement for this (though
> admittedly I can't decide on one offhand - suggestions?), but I poked
> around the livecode.com site and discovered that if I click "Pricing"
> then about the middle of the price comparison page is a link labeled
> "Compare Networking Fearures", which leads to this page that offers a
> breakdown by edition:
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Systems
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