Remote File operation

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Remote File operation

What is the best way to do copy,move,rename and remove the remotely located files ? (like tFileCopy operation in tFTP family )

 

Currently i am achieving this by using tSSH component. but wanted to check or is there any other better way to do this?

 

 

 


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Re: Remote File operation

all depends from - what You need (want to do)? what enabled on remote server?

 

- tSSH

- tSCP

- tFTP 

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Re: Remote File operation

Thank you for reply.

 

Also, i wanted to move the file from Folder A to Folder B( From Inbound Folder to Archive Folder)  in Remote machine.  I was no clue until i see your comments. Now i have achieved this requirement by using rename Component (tFTPRename or TSCPRename) . 

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Forteen Stars

Re: Remote File operation

all depends from - what You need (want to do)? what enabled on remote server?

 

- tSSH

- tSCP

- tFTP 

Screen Shot 2017-06-07 at 2.18.52 PM.png

 

Screen Shot 2017-06-07 at 2.19.02 PM.png

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Six Stars

Re: Remote File operation

Thank you for reply.

 

Also, i wanted to move the file from Folder A to Folder B( From Inbound Folder to Archive Folder)  in Remote machine.  I was no clue until i see your comments. Now i have achieved this requirement by using rename Component (tFTPRename or TSCPRename) . 

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