Is there a way to preserve the date and time stamp of the file when its copied onto the remote server.
I tried both tFTPPut and tSCPPut but they both change the date and timestamp to when its was ftped onto the remote server.
If the file being ftped has a date and time of say yesterday . i need to keep that date and time when copied/moved onto ftp server.
You can use tSystem and rsync with -t option
How can i run the command from tsystem without having to enter the password or how can i pass the password of the login that i am using to rsync the files onto remote server.
I can use the scp -p command also to copy the files and preserver date and time but again i don't know how to pass the password to that command either.
Thank you for your suggestion. any help on how to pass the password with either of the command would help
I just send a links, because I not a system admin, and personal setup similar scripts by search on stackoverflow
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