Linux Shell Script for copy file

I am new to Linux Shell Script. With help from my previous posting, i was able to get a sample code from an expert.

My requirement is to call the .sh file from .Net Application. My Application will pass SourceFilePath and DestinationFilePath as Paramaters.

I expect Shell Script to get the parameters as Input and Copy/Paste the file.

How to customize my sample code with Parameters in it ?


#vim script.sh
echo "\home\testuser\file.csv"
read a
echo "\home\admin\user2\data\file.csv"
read b
echo "Data will be moving from $a to $b"
mv $a  $b
echo "Moving done"

:wq

#chmod u+x script.sh
#./script.sh

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simon3270Commented:
Easiest would be

    mv $1 $2

then you call it as

    ./script.sh /home/testuser/file.csv /home/admin/user2/destination/file.csv

(UNIX/Linux use forward slashes between directories, Windows uses backslash)
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ThomasMcA2Commented:
Also, if your input paths might include spaces, wrap the parms with double quotes, like this:

mv "$1" "$2"
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savoneCommented:
mv would be a move, which would be like a cut and paste as opposed to copy and paste.  

Try this...


echo "Copying $1 to $2"
cp "$1" "$2"
echo "Copy completed"

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