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by using FTP i can send files to server using vb.net.

if the file is big, then it will take some time to complete the sending process to server.or if we were sending 3-4 files to the server one by one,then whethere we can show the progress of each file sending to server in progress bar. so that the FTP clients can see the progress of file sending to the server.

any idea how we can do this to show the progress of each file sending. if we have 5 files to send, then the first file name and the progress of that files sending, after that second files progress as so on.

if you have any idea please let me know. if you can send examples that will be great helpful to me.

thanks in advance.
Jun 5 '07 #1
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