In the remote directory I have files named J_YYYYMMDDHHNN_PARTA where YYYY=year, MM=Month, DD=day,HH=Hour, and NN=Minutes.
In the local directory, the file names are:J_YYYYMMDDHHNN.PartA where YYYY=year, MM=Month, DD=day,HH=Hour, and NN=Minutes.
The remote directory has files back as far as 2013. So I only want to look at files that are 7 days old or younger (today-7 days).
I want to ignore upper case/lower case differences.
And I need to ignore the character change where the second underscore ('_') becomes a period (dot, '.').
Since I don't know when the file will show up on the remote, I need to run the job every few minutes from 3:00am to 5:00am.
That's why I need to not download files that have already been downloaded.
The problem is that when the file is first downloaded, it triggers a local process that changes the second underscore character (and for some reason the case of the characters in 'PART') to a dot.
The dot is the only way the local process has of knowing that it has already processed the file.
Is there a way to do this in a script?
Thank you for your help.