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Re: Moving Files to New Directory After Successful Upload

What destination? The local folder or the new remote folder?

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Moving Files to New Directory After Successful Upload

There is a script that permits Moving Files to New Directory After Successful Upload. It is here:

When I run it, it reports success, but the file never shows at its destination.

When I transferred using the GUI, it said it was successful, but had an error because it could not set the timestamp. When I turned off preserving timestamp in the GUI, then transfer worked.

How do I modify the above script so that it turns off setting the timestamp?