Topic "Date and Time difference"

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sridhar2395
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Hello,

I schedule a job. The job will transfer the file into Remote Server(Linex)

Schedule Job Date: 02/06/2008 at 2:20PM(GMT-06:00)central Time
On Remote Server Date and time showing 02/04/2008 at 14:13:33

Remote Serve is located in Germany.

I monitor the job on Remote Server while uploading, time was matched(Local =Remote Serve Time)while runing.After completing the job time was changed. I am not sure we need to setup in WINSCP ?


Thanks,
Sridhar
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sridhar2395
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I am using SFTP.

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Sridhar
martin
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Timestamps is matched to timestamp of source local file.
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sridhar2395
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I am not sure I did not understand could you give more details

What I need to do to match the file date and time on remote server.

I want Local file date & time = Remote File date & time


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Sridhar
martin
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sridhar2395 wrote:
I want Local file date & time = Remote File date & time

That's what WinSCP do. In your first post it looked like you want the remote file to have timestamp of current time on remote server.
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