I need your help:
We usually transfer textfiles (e.g. HTML-documents) via scp to a linux-based remoteserver. As we found out, WinSCP replaces the content of copied files during the copying-process. It happens that this is a huge problem, because files are being grabbed by a script at random intervals. That means there is a chance that this script grabs a file which is just being replaced by WinSCP.
Is there a any setting to treat textfiles like binary files in terms of the copying-process? I think binary files are not being renamed to the original filename until they are copied entirely, right?
Thanks in advance.