>=1Dmeans the same as
Explicitly mentioned here:
Implied by the context of "interval" here:
the part of the instruction that fails is the following:
get "/CONV/*.gz>yesterday" "C:\FILEBASE\FILE\DAILY\LANDING\"
get "/CONV/*.gz>1DS" "C:\FILEBASE\FILE\DAILY\LANDING\"
You probably have an old version of WinSCP, which does not support theHello, I'm making a batch that downloads the files with last modification of the previous day. When I use the 1DS mask or 'yesterday' when I run it it sends me a message that it is invalid. It only lets me use it with 1D but this doesn't work for me.
Ssuffix yet. Make sure you have the latest version.
I start with Winscp and I do not understand why my filemask does not work. I would like with this option upload to my local computer, files having my 10 days being on my seedbox.
# Automatically answer all prompts negatively not to stall
# the script on errors
option batch on
# Disable overwrite confirmations that conflict with the previous
option confirm off
# Force binary mode transfer
option transfer binary
# Interface 1
#Copy and filter
get -filemask ="*>=10D"
# Exit WinSCP
But in return he tells me that they do not find matching files ... While there are ...
If i do get *.* no problem, but with filter doesn't work
Do you have an idea?
sorry for my English ;-)
There should not be any space after theget -filemask ="*>=10D"
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