I have a Windows batch script (attached - UFASR03_Name_302_ftpput.bat) which PSFTP's a file to a host SFTP site. In the batch script, I reference a batch file (attached - UFASR03_Name_302_ftpput.txt) of SFTP commands and I direct the output to a text file (attached - UFASR03_Name_302_ftpput_output.txt). I need to report back the success or failure of the transmission to the scheduling system that initiated the batch job.
What can I use in the output file to detect a successful transmission? The string that I use to detect a successful transmission should only appear in the output file when the transmission is successful; never should it appear if the file was not transmitted properly.
With regular FTP, I can use the following: findstr /c:"226 Transfer" %output%
But I can't use that "226 Transfer" string with SFTP. It doesn't appear in the output.
As you can see from the attached output file (named UFASR03_Name_302_ftpput_output.txt), there is a string as follows:
local:JohnDoe_201008.csv => remote:/incoming/JohnDoe_201008.csv
I believe this means the file was successfully transferred. Can I use "=> remote" as a string to reliably indicate successful transmission 100% of the time? Will this string ever appear if there's an error? If not, what string should I use to detect successful transmission?