Scripting to upload file to SFTP
in regards to SFTP uploading files that have been output by smartconnect.
In our test environment I’m dropping files with a static filename , then firing a smartconnect script
which copies to another location and renames the files to include formatted date and timestamps
I want to tag onto this a SFTP upload and I think possibly winSCP is the tool of choice.
Before I head off down this route I thought it would be a good Idea to check in here first for
Thanks In Advance
If it is just an assembly, you can use the ScriptNamespaces window in order to add a reference to it.
then code normally.
or if it has an exe component, you could call that via .NET without the reference.
Hey Patrick , thanks for the response
Here’s a link fyi https://winscp.net/eng/docs/library
looking into the ScriptNamespaces now
Hi Patrick we are on version 18.104.22.168 and I don’t see the script namespaces in the generic connection section of the toolbar
could this be a version or permissions issue
That window does not exist in SC 2014. However the table does and you could insert the record into it manually.
Thanks Patrick , that’s good news
ok cool so it’s inbuilt functionality in 2014 that was just not exposed via the GUI :).
so I took a look the columns are as below
I’m just not sure about the IsSystem column
would the below be deemed a correct useable entry ?
all other entries have IsSystem= 1 but I thought that might be a smartconnect is internal flag or something
ScriptNamespaceId = ‘WinSCPnet’
AssemblyPath= ‘d:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP-portable\WinSCPnet.dll’
assuming the ScriptNamespaceId is correct, isSystem = 0 is ok I think.
you can try using a path like that.
personally i’d copy the file into the SC folder and also put it in the GAC
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