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Re: Session log file added

Thanks for the log. There's no really good solution to this problem. The best is, if the server supports modern MLSD FTP command, instead of the obsolete LIST. Or SFTP.

Session log file added

I have attached a log file as requested.

If you look at the log you will see the date for file mainMenu.php of 01/08/18 which should be the 08/01/2018.

Appreciate any assistance
Thank you

Re: Date format issue

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Date format issue

I am in Australia and use the dd/mm/ccyy date format.
I have a connection to an IBMi server and the list of files show the correct date for anything with a day greater than 12, for example 15/03/2018.
But a file that I updated today shows a date of 06/07/2018 this should be 07/06/2018

I can't find anywhere to set this in WINSCP ?

If I look at the same file in windows explorer the date is correct.

Any suggestion ?