Timestamp get current date and hour

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Rirbeiro
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Timestamp get current date and hour

Hi Guys,

I have created a script to get the files from remote to local directory by current date, as below:

"get -filemask=*>=%TIMESTAMP#yyyy-mm-dd% /vv447Q/pdfdanfe/* C:\pdfxml_totvs\%TIMESTAMP#yyyymmdd%\"

Is it possible get the file by current date and hour?

Best Regards,

Ricardo Ribeiro

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Hi Martin,

The setting on filemask on my script is (-filemask=*>=%TIMESTAMP#yyyy-mm-dd%). This script is working, download the files that has been created on current date.

I would like to download the files by current date and last hour. Is it possible?

Thank you

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Timestamp get current date and hour

Hi Martin,

Is it possible to use the "sinchronize" with "-filemask", just to sinchronize the data files on the current date?

Best Regards,

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Anonymous wrote:

The setting on filemask on my script is (-filemask=*>=%TIMESTAMP#yyyy-mm-dd%). This script is working, download the files that has been created on current date.

I would like to download the files by current date and last hour. Is it possible?
Sure. The same way:
-filemask="*>=%TIMESTAMP#yyyy-mm-dd hh:00:00%"

Though you may want to use a relative time:
-filemask="*>=1H"

See
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/file_mask#size_time
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/scripting#timestamp

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Re: Timestamp get current date and hour

Rirbeiro wrote:

Is it possible to use the "sinchronize" with "-filemask", just to sinchronize the data files on the current date?
Yes, again, the same way.

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