Scripting of WINSCP oder "Command-line" Version?

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Scripting of WINSCP oder "Command-line" Version?

I have to work with a scponly ssh-server, which works perfectly with WINSCP. But I have to do transfers from another application. How can I realize this???
First I thinked about use of pscp (beacause that some part of WINSCP is based on putty?) to do the transfers but i can't do "ls", "md" or "rm" with pscp and in WINSCP it works perfect!

Thanks for a short feedback.

Daniel

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Re: Scripting of WINSCP oder "Command-line" Version?

I'm not sure, but maybe PLINK (another application from PuTTY package) might do the work, just redirect list of commands to it. Let me know, if it does not work.
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Re: Scripting of WINSCP oder "Command-line" Version?

Thanks, plink is working almost perfectly.
Possible I'm to stupied to use the -m option (batch-mode) but this is real plink question and has no more to do with winscp so it's a bit OT. But feel free to quote me a line about the following error: If I try to use batch-mode and my textfile look like this(as easy example):
pwd
pwd

I get the following error:
invalid characters in scp command!
here:
pwd

When i have only one command line then it works fine ...

try using a wildcard to match this file/directory

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Re: Scripting of WINSCP oder "Command-line" Version?

dab wrote:

I get the following error:
invalid characters in scp command!
here:
pwd
I've never used PLINK. But I would suggest you to check, whether you have UNIX-style end-of-line character (LF = 10) in your input file.
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