"Error code: 2" in simple PUT

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"Error code: 2" in simple PUT

I am scripting this simple code

open test:password@194.224.XXX.YYY
put .\sincc.TXT
bye

But it doesn't work. Winscp says "Error code: 2"

"sincc.TXT" exists next to the winscp executable.

Why?

I will attach the log.

Thanks in advance. Sorry for my English.

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A full error message is:

Cannot create remote file '/sincc.TXT'. ("No such file or directory.
Error code: 2
Error message from server: No such file."

The error comes from the server. It can have many reasons.

Were you able to upload any file using GUI?
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Re: "Error code: 2" in simple PUT

Thanks for the reply

I was not able to upload any file using Winscp GUI (see attached), but I was able to upload any file using another GUI (like coreFTP)



martin wrote:

A full error message is:

Cannot create remote file '/sincc.TXT'. ("No such file or directory.
Error code: 2
Error message from server: No such file."

The error comes from the server. It can have many reasons.

Were you able to upload any file using GUI?

Subida a SFTP.JPG

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Sorry, prikryl. I was ILL, not guest.

martin wrote:

A full error message is:

Cannot create remote file '/sincc.TXT'. ("No such file or directory.
Error code: 2
Error message from server: No such file."

The error comes from the server. It can have many reasons.

Were you able to upload any file using GUI?

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Re: "Error code: 2" in simple PUT

Please attach a log file from coreFTP.
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Attached. (private. There is no problem, is it?)

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Please attach a log file from coreFTP.
  • COREFTP.LOG (638 Bytes, Private file)

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Oh! The message "Error code 2 no such file" which is true but because I'm uploading, gave me a reason to prove one thing: if the file exists in the destination, it works the upload! However, this is just a patch, because it is normal that the file upload is not there, of course.

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Please attach a log file from coreFTP.

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Thanks for the reply again.

Already solved the incidence posted. It seemed to be something on the server and, as I think you were suspecting now, seemed to be some about versions, because we resolved with an update to the sftp server.

Greetings.

Sorry for my English.


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Thanks for the log.

Please attach WinSCP session log on Debug 2 level.
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_pref_logging

Next, please try to set Preferred SFTP protocol version to 3.
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_login_sftp
And attach a Debug 2 level log for that too.

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Thanks for sharing your solution.
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WinSCP tries to send a file twice

Can you explain why is the file transfer being attempted the second time when its successful in the first attempt? Please find the log attached. As per transfer script logic the file is removed after the first successful transfer hence the second attempt is unsuccessful as the file is not available

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Prasenjit wrote:

Can you explain why is the file transfer being attempted the second time when its successful in the first attempt? Please find the log attached. As per transfer script logic the file is removed after the first successful transfer hence the second attempt is unsuccessful as the file is not available
How's your question related to this thread?
Anyway, I do not see WinSCP retrying anything in the log.
All I can see is that WinSCP was run two times.
If you have additional questions, start your own thread.

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