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How can I copy a file from ftp if the file name is diferent from day to day ?

How can I set the path where I want to copy the file and how can I print into log file the result of operation ?

Thank you,

Laurentiu

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Does it change everyday in a way you can script something to be the pathname? Like everyday does it rename itself with current date? The only way you can use INetGet() is if you know the file name of the file you are trying to grab.

As far as the log file you would have to also script that in as you go. Like if the INetGet() fails or completes properly have it log it into a file.

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Then yes you can script it to download the file. Something like the following (You would need to make sure the date format is correct.)

;Date format yyyymmdd
$date = @Year & @Mon & @MDay

;File Name in described format of 'SameName_changedate.BAK'
$fName = "SameName_" & $date & ".BAK"

;URL path to file.
$URL = "ftp://www.somehost.com/somedirectory/" & $fName

;Get the file.
INetGet($URL, "C:\SomeDIR\somefile.bak")

If you need any more help please let me know. You can put the directory on your local computer in a variable as well if that will possibly give you more control.

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