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Re: Connection drops during script upload

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Connection drops during script upload

I am brand new here but did spend time looking for the answer here in the forum with no success. There seems to be a lot of discussion about the issue, but I cannot find the resolution.

I use a static batch file to run a very long winscp script (.txt file) that has been generated by my code. I was happy with the initial results until I realized not everything was getting uploaded. As I was watching the execution, I see the connection drop several times then it is reestablished and the upload resumes properly. All that is good, but at some point it must not be reconnecting because many of the files are not uploaded. I mean I am talking about thousands of files total so it is very difficult to sit there and watch the entire process.

In previous posts, you have asked for the log file. I don't even know where to find it. Please advise.

Thank you.