SQL Server: SFTP with SSIS Execute Process Task

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2/23/2012 10:28:17 PM user469543  said:


very good, now as in the case would upload the file to sftp. thank you very much
9/14/2012 7:12:53 AM user509689  said:

After doing the above steps,my package is executing fine,but the desired result (recieve files from remote path to local machine) is not achieved.

when i run my script in the command prompt,it runs fine and establishes connection to my sftp server.i've also set me WorkingDirectory to the same path as my WinSCP executable.

Am i missing something?

9/17/2012 6:03:25 AM Raunak Jhawar said:

How are you executing the package?

9/18/2012 3:07:41 PM user509689  said:

Hi Raunak,

I'm passing the Winscp exe file  (C:\program files) path in "Executable" 

Specifying the folder path in which my txt/bat file in "Arguments"

lastly,the working directory is set to a folder on my local machine.

Am i missing something here?its exactly the same as you've mentioned in your blog above.

Thx in advance for your help


6/26/2013 4:51:56 AM user381905  said:


Can we directly read a csv file from SFTP location without downloading to local system from SSIS? I can use FTP task component but it will download files from FTP location. My requirement is to read files from SFTP location without downloadinng them elsewhere due to confidentiality/misuse of data.




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