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Re: Output log files attached

This bug has been added to the tracker:

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Re: Output log files attached

Thanks for the logs. Will respond shortly.

Output log files attached

thx for the reply

we are getting ZIP files from two different locations
(with slightly different configurations)

i have attached 3 log files
first one (WinSCP_LogOutput.log) is output from site we are unable to get files from
second one (WinSCP_LogOutput_TDHB.log) is output from site which we can get files from
third one - is from LogWindows using WinSCP.exe to copy a file across successfully from the "BAD" site...

(unfortuntely can't currently use latest version of WinSCP for this (server updates take bit more time !!!) :o - hopefull ok information here)

Re: unable to retrieve files using WinSCP and SSIS script

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unable to retrieve files using WinSCP and SSIS script

am using SSIS script and WinSCP to get files from remote server

i can download the files using the WinSCP EXE
but fails when i try and download using SSIS script
"File or foilder '\' does not exist"

connection is to an FTPES site