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Yesterday I ran several times the sftp command with no problems. I created a bash script to run the sftp command automagically and it ran with no errors, but the results was not what I was expecting. Well now today I take my computer out of hibernation and run the script, giving the sftp command doesn't work??????? I ran the same line of code in the command line with no problems. Copied and pasted it from the command line to my script. Ran it. Doesn't run. I take the simple line out, runs fine. WEIRD!!!
This is the line:
Now it only works when I type it in and press enter.
Running the script from Oracle EDQ, on error is when I run it from EDQ BUT if I comment out the line, the script works fine. Weird. Ill use your advice and see what comes up. Thank you for your help!!!!
I should put things his way instead of including EDQ......I can execute sftp commands in the command line but not in a BASH script. I haven't the slightest idea what is going on because the previous day it was working just fine.