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How to copy a file in linux file system to windows

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Dear all,

i have a file which gets updated in linux system.

To see this i used to do Telnet. How can i copy this file automatically to a windows environment and check using AutoIT.

Please help.

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Thanks for the reply.

I never copied that file. I used to connect to linux machine using Telnet and verify.

But i want to read the file and verify automatically.

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Use "Winscp" to copy files from linux to windows and vice verse.I don't think it is possible using scripts.


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Is there any other way to solve this file copy issue on WinSCP? 

I am trying to simulate a file copy(from local to remote) on WinSCP by scripting in autoIt. However, issue was met when I tried to get the item on Local side. The controlID cannot be detected by autoInfo. 

Does any one know how to get the items out from TDirView, which is the local side of WinSCP GUI?

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Just found that _GUICtrlListView can be used to solved the issue I met above. Still working on that, but so far so good. Thanks.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

To copy/move/get files from a file system to another I always use Autoit FTP scripts with success, even with Linux, or OS400 (IBM System i), both on DB2 and IFS. 

Edited by Cybergraph

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