Service packs are available to licensed Attachmate customers with current maintenance plans for these products.For information about logins and accessing the Download Library, see Technical Note 0200.
I don't have the RSH daemon running in my computers so you may find me a bit biased about SSH in the examples.
The examples covering the transfer of files between two computers use SSH as the medium of transport, but in a separate post I cover the use of rsync as a daemon.
This VBS script will ensure that these locations don't get clogged up or overly cluttered. The following code will get rid of old files and folders.
Just put in the path and how old the files or folders need to be before they are considered stale and should be removed.
The Reflection Windows-based products version 14.0 Service Pack 7 (SP7) is available to maintained users who already have 14.0 installed.
This technical note provides a link to Reflection 14.0 SP7 and a list of fixes included in the service pack as well as those originally included in SP1 - SP6 (including SP2.1).To copy the contents of one local folder into another, replacing the files in the destination folder, we use: In the source_folder notice that I added a slash at the end, doing this prevents a new folder from being created, if we don't add the slash, a new folder named as the source folder will be created in the destination folder.So, if you want to copy the contents of a folder called Pictures into an existent folder which is also called Pictures but in a different location, you need to add the trailing slash, otherwise, a folder called Pictures is created inside the Pictures folder that we specify as destination.Here is a simple VBScript that you can schedule to run nightly that will clean out files and folders in a selected path older than a specified number of days.Maybe you have a shared temporary working space for documents or a location where scanned or faxed documents are dropped.The latest version of Reflection Administrator's Toolkit, ratkit-14.0.7-prod-w32.exe, is available for download from the Download Library.