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Hi,

I am running datastage 6.0.1 (ETL Tool) on Solaris 9.

as we have just migrated from windows, but I need some shell scripts for file encryption, decryption, files removal, get files and a script to send the file back to the ftp.

Thank you.
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Not sure what you are asking for, but sftp (www.openssh.org, or download pre-compiled from www.sunfreeware.com) does encrypted file transfer.
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