You can't use a password scheme, you have to use public-key authentication.

Jody Craigie wrote:

>Actually I tried to use the /BATCHFILE qualifier and still didn't have any luck. It seems to hang after
>it opens the connection - never recognizes/accepts the password.
>
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Michael Corbett [mailto:corbett@process.com]
>>Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 1:00 PM
>>To: info-multinet@process.com
>>Subject: Re: Using SFT in DCL Command Procedures
>>
>>
>>Jody Craigie wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I am currently trying to convert some of our DCL command
>>>
>>>

>>procedures that
>>
>>
>>>use FTP to SFTP but have been unable to get them to work.
>>>
>>>I was told that SFTP will not work in a command procedure.
>>>
>>>

>>Does anyone
>>
>>
>>>know if that is true or has anyone had any luck in attempting
>>>to do so? I have also been informed that the latest
>>>
>>>

>>version of TCP/IP
>>
>>
>>>Services (HP's product) is suppose to support this so
>>>
>>>

>>what's up with
>>
>>
>>>Multinet?
>>>
>>>
>>>

>>SFTP does work in a command procedure. You have to use the /batchfile
>>qualifier -
>>
>>
>>MULTINET
>>
>> SFTP2
>>
>> /BATCHFILE
>>
>> /BATCHFILE=file
>>
>> Specifies a file with commands to execute.
>>Authentication must be
>> possible without user interaction.
>>
>>
>>regards
>>Mike
>>
>>
>>
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