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martin

Vee87 wrote:

Am I right in using it this way?

"put "*.csv" <H" ^

No. Just remove the S from your code. This is correct:
"put *.CSV<5H" ^

If it does not help, we need to see a session log file.
Vee87

Hi Martin,

Im using 5.14.4RC.

I have removed the S and still getting errors. Am I right in using it this way?

"put "*.csv" <H" ^

Thanks
martin

Re: Writing a scripts to send new files since last session

What version of WinSCP are you using?
Are you aware that the S suffix is supported by the latest beta version of WinSCP only?
Vee87

Writing a scripts to send new files since last session

I am looking to create a batch file for running a scheduled transfer using winscp 3 times a day.

The time I want to run are 1pm, 6pm and 9.30pm.

My initial idea was to have the script scan the folder and tranfer anything older than 5hours..
Scipt I have is this (from commands):
[i]"open ftp://USER:PASS1@123.123.123.123/" ^
"lcd C:\Users\TEST\TEST" ^
"put *.CSV<5HS" ^

I keep getting error - access denied, cannot copy file etc. I have tried a space btw the *.CSV and the time operator, tried it with and without extra quotation marks but Im not getting anywhere.

It will work without the time constraints no problem.

I was trying to find an answer on the KBs but no avail.

Ive also seen the following guide on Remembering the last timestamp which would be really appealing if I could get it to work but its beyond me at the moment!
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/faq_script_modified_files

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Vee