Closing the shell command after running a myScript.bat file

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Closing the shell command after running a myScript.bat file

I run a command line login to an sFTP site + synchronizing local folder against the remote one with a mask

Two outstanding issues
a) could not figure out a way of "comparing" be limited to the remote (folder) /OUT that I want... it basically goes creates similar folder structure locally at /ROOT level and scans thru all folders under the /ROOT while /OUT is being just one of them.
b) After the synch process.... the command window sits with
winscp>
even though I tried "exit" and/or "quit" at the end of the command line.
So, I cannot close the command window during the automated downloads

I know these are simple issues.... but any help will be so appreciated.

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Cornelia / Boston, USA

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Re: Closing the shell command after running a myScript.bat file

"C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\WinSCP.com" /command "option batch abort" "option confirm off" "open sftp://MYUSERID:MYPASSWORD@SFTPSITE.REMOTESERVER.ORG" "cd /OUT" "synchronize LOCAL \\cornelia1\e\data\irxData\OUT /OUT -filemask="*_REJECT_*""" "exit"

This is what I am sending to the command shell window, but it stays at
winscp>
... after resyncing with local directory.
I want it to get out of winscp to
C:\>
so that the CMD window will close (or will be closed by the running VB script).

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Cornelia / Boston, USA

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Re: Closing the shell command after running a myScript.bat file

sy272951 wrote:

a) could not figure out a way of "comparing" be limited to the remote (folder) /OUT that I want... it basically goes creates similar folder structure locally at /ROOT level and scans thru all folders under the /ROOT while /OUT is being just one of them.
Please attach a full log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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b) After the synch process.... the command window sits with
winscp>
even though I tried "exit" and/or "quit" at the end of the command line.
So, I cannot close the command window during the automated downloads
You seem to have quotes wrong. You should have double double-quote after the -filemask=. I.e. the trailing part should be:
-filemask=""*_REJECT_*""" "exit"

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