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martin

Re: Automating Download from SFTP remote site

falcrawl wrote:

Thanks but this did not work.

Well, would your mind giving us more details? Describing what "does not work"? A log file? Anything?

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falcrawl

Re: Automating Download from SFTP remote site

martin wrote:

Not sure what you mean by "verify the correct folder".

But to download files to the folder named after the current day use:

get -delete -resume -filemask="/Outbox/*.pdf" "Z:\sub1\sub2\%TIMESTAMP#mmddyyyy%\

See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/scripting#timestamp



Thanks but this did not work.
martin

Re: Automating Download from SFTP remote site

Not sure what you mean by "verify the correct folder".

But to download files to the folder named after the current day use:

get -delete -resume -filemask="/Outbox/*.pdf" "Z:\sub1\sub2\%TIMESTAMP#mmddyyyy%\

See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/scripting#timestamp
falcrawl

Automating Download from SFTP remote site

All
New to this but achieving some measure of success.
I am connecting to a sFTP site to download a bunch of files everyday to a new folder created everyday by the date stamp. (Done this with a batch file and schedule it to run everyday)
My script is as follows
option batch abort
option confirm off
open sftp://user:password@site.com -hostkey="ssh-rsa 1024 34:2b:a4:06:c7:40:ea:6c:1e:ae:b7:c2:82:34:db:ef"
get -delete -resume -filemask="/Outbox/*.pdf" "Z:\sub1\sub2\MMDDYYYY\
exit

Question.
How can I get the script to verify the correct folder and download the files to that folder for that day. The next day a new folder is created and the files for that day will be downloaded to the current folder

Thanks