That worked perfectly. Thank you so much!
Oh! Thank you. Will give that a shot in a few minutes. Much appreciated!
That does not really show us how the script come to use the
Maybe you just need to add that folder to your command?
synchronize local w:\temp\xfer\import /home/users/ben/downloads
Here's what I have so far:
synchronize local w:\temp\xfer\import
We need to see your
I'm just starting to work with scripting and tried the synchronize local command. That worked very nicely. The only issue I had was the remote server drops me into a folder structure several levels deep and apparently WinSCP was aware of the full path. I need only the relative paths stored on the local side. Is there a way to specify that?
local workstation: c:\local\
remote ftp server home directory: /home/users/ben/downloads
Desired local file path:
c:\local\<file a> etc.
It isn't a show-stopper as I can move the files/folders after the fact, but would prefer not to.