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December 17, 2004, 3:54 pm
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My batch files run the SFTP command and use a script (sftp [-b
batchfile]) to pull or push the file and also issue an LS command
before or after to verify that the file was available or made it over
to the server. I capture this output to a log file to review in case of
problems. This process works fine.
The problem I am having is that the LS command returns such a long
listing. It is difficult to find the file. I have tried to limit the
output by sending the LS command in my script like this but I get the
error message below.
sftp> LS somefile.txt
Can't ls: "/dir1/dir2/somefile.txt" is not a directory
When I issue the same command interactively in an SFTP session the
command works fine. It just fails when run within a script.
Some background, I am using OpenSHH client on Windows and connecting to
a V-Shell server on Windows.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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