Command Line interpretation

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JKrause
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Command Line interpretation

open sftp://user:password@example.com

this sample is used all over the place...
And I have tried searching
all over the place...

But WHAT does it mean ???
The individual parts, I mean ...

My best wild guess
sftp:// - use SFTP
user - the user ID
: - separate user ID and PW
password - your password
@example.com - the FTP site - more realistically - secureftp.mycompany.com ?, and the @ just means, well, AT ?

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JKrause
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Scripting

Well, yes, that was my "example" rather than my real company name

And thank you for confirming my interpretation of the command line.

John

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JKrause
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Sending files

SIGH

OK, I got a secure connection, by my PUT seems to fail.
Simple 2k text file
SCP seems to see it as 1K, ok for that...
Then sends 0.0KB/s :-(
And the file does not arrive

Standalone client (Filezilla) with the same credentials seems to work

Alt-Tab
Is there a way to Register as a user in these forums? I don't see a "Register" link.
Thanks

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JKrause
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Success

OK
Success

Even though the login credentials Logg me in to the destination folder required, adding the slash-folder
/destfolder/
apparently was required, anyway.

I have successfully transferred data from a command line using a script file.

Thank you

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