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Workspace Aspera Ideas
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 25, 2022

FASPManager library to be available on .Net 6 to make it compatible for Windows & Linux OS.

Currently we are using FaspManager. version from the client machine to transfer files to designated location using Aspera Server. The current environment is Windows. We have developed a wrapper library in .Net Framework over FASPManager to initiate and monitor FASP transfers. But now we require a .Net 6 version of the wrapper library so that we can support both windows and linux OS client machines.
Idea priority High
  • Guest
    Aug 9, 2022


    You can accomplish this by using the IBM Aspera Transfer SDK.

    For your convenience, here is a link to the Aspera Transfer SDK documentation:

    If you still have questions after reviewing the above, please contact our IBM Aspera Support and open a ticket.