Hi!

I am new member to this group. Hi to all and thanks for having me in.

I am stuck with some unusual situation and am seeking urgent help.
We have a backend server in C++ on Solaris 5.9 . The need is to
intiate a sftp/scp to a remote location. We have the login and
passwords set up. I know for non-interactive SFTP/SCP2 sessions we can
exchange RSA/DSA keys. But that is not doable in my current business
situation between the Prod Support, the other business entity to which
we are ftping the files and out IT team.

Is there a way I can pass the password to the scp session? I tried few
things that are usually doable in ftp(plain old non scure ftp) like
passing the password in batch etc but the same doesnot work for SFTP.

Is there any way I can create a process that can pass the password to
the scp command?

Any perlsript(basic perl without net::sftp or other packages [sorry!
for the constraints but relations with prod support are not very
great] and shell script that can handle this is also possible)

Any help or suggestions in this regard great!!!

Thanks all

Shekhar