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Auto Move a File after FTP Upload

By joenet ·
I am working on a project to automate FTP uploads by clients. Currently, various clients upload large files to their personal directories on my IIS 4.0 server. We then have to regularly monitor each directory to see if a file has come in, then move the file to a job-specific Netware server. I want to automate the process of detecting the presence of a new file and moving it to the Novell server. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm looking into WHS and the Posting Acceptor, but I'm not a coder or scripter by any means. Help!
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by JCMarshburn In reply to Auto Move a File after FT ...

You could schedule a batch file to run every 5 minutes or how often you expect updates using AT. This batch file would have the commands to move the files to the new location and delete the current files. This would be the easiest way or you coulduse a third party directory monitor program to perform this task. You could probably locate one at www.winfiles.com.

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by gutridgesj In reply to Auto Move a File after FT ...

the at command that comes with nt for free is the scheduler to use. if you want a gui version, install the resource kit.

make a batch file that does a copy *.* from that dir to some other dir and then a line that does a del *.* from that dir. Set it up for how ever often you wish to do this.

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