#!/bin/kermit + set transfer display crt if < \v(argc) 2 exit 1 Usage: \%0 file ftp open dest_computer /user:usernm /password:passwd if fail exit 1 dest_computer: Connection failed if not \v(ftp_loggedin) exit 1 Login failed cd /where/the/local/copy/is if fail exit 1 /where/the/local/copy/is \v(errstring) ftp cd /where/to/put/it if fail exit 1 ftp cd /where/to/put/it \v(ftp_message) ftp put \%1 if fail exit 1 ftp put \%1: \v(ftp_message) ftp bye exit
If you log the output, you can quickly see "Why did last night's job fail?" The exit 1 also sets the @SYSTEM.RETURN.CODE for error trapping.
Best, David Beahm
Daly, Mark wrote:
Anyone know if there's been talk about a callFTP function? That would be nice to have.
Currently we're executing unix commands to ftp files around. But parsing the output to determine whether or not the transfer was successful seems a bit hap-hazard to me.
If anyone would care to share their ftp tricks and tips, I'd greatly appreciate it.
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