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PSFTP in openvms (mput)

 
karthikeyan mahalingam
Occasional Advisor

PSFTP in openvms (mput)

when using mput with wildcard, the . is getting converted to directory name.

psftp> cd [.WORKSPACE]
Directory /disk$diskname/USERS/ABCD/[/WORKSPACE/]: no such file or directory
psftp> put sample.log
/disk$diskname/USERS/ABCD/sample/log: no such file or directory
psftp>

The filename with . is getting converted to directory.

How to copy the file using mput *.log.
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Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: PSFTP in openvms (mput)

Seems to be a specialty of PSFTP, using FTP from HPUX tp VMS I cannot reproduce the problem, even the standard windows FTP client works as expected.

regards Kalle
karthikeyan mahalingam
Occasional Advisor

Re: PSFTP in openvms (mput)

Hi Kalle.

Can you please redirect, where i can get a possible solution to this problem.
i used "", it didn't work.
Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: PSFTP in openvms (mput)

I don't know a solution, because I don't see a problem :-)
I attached a transscript, what I have done.

regards Kalle
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: PSFTP in openvms (mput)

> PSFTP in openvms (mput)

I'll bite. What is "PSFTP"? Some FTP client
which runs somewhere?

> psftp> cd [.WORKSPACE]
> Directory /disk$diskname/USERS/ABCD/[/WORKSPACE/]: no such file or directory

Well, if the thing is thinking in UNIX-like
paths, then it might make more sense to
specify the directory that way. For example:

psftp> cd WORKSPACE