& Thanks CD…wonderful work buddy !
I was searching for some good tutorials on awk. Found a very nice (brilliant indeed) article on Oracle website by Emmett Dulaney. A very good introduction for beginners. I searched for some other links as well. Have a read:
Happy awk’ing 🙂
Today I came across a requirement where users needed to ftp files time and again. So ftp’ing again and again is not a very good option. I wrote a small batch file for the same. Just sharing the same over here. I created a folder ftp in C drive and a file get_file.bat
Contents of get_file.bat are:
set /p file_name=Enter the name of the file you want to ftp: echo oracle>c:\ftp\param.cfg echo oracle123>>c:\ftp\param.cfg echo cd /home/oracle>>c:\ftp\param.cfg echo lcd c:\ftp>>c:\ftp\param.cfg bin get %file_name% ftp -s:param.cfg 127.0.0.1
It will create a file param.cfg having all the things like username, password and command to get the file in the same folder (c:\ftp). Then we invoke ftp with -s option with specifying the file param.cfg. It will ask the user to enter the file name and ftp the file from server to c:\ftp