Ideally, when connecting to from AS400 to the SFTP server, the commands which work on AS400 shell prompt should work there also, is my understanding. With this understanding, I am not able to get the reason for below.
When using ls command on shell prompt (CALL QP2TERM), I am able to suppress the ls command error using "2> /dev/null". As below.
ls *.txtls: 0653-341 The file *.txt does not exist.
ls *.txt 2> /dev/null$
But when I execute the same on SFTP server (windows server), this is how it is.
sftp email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>Connecting to 172.17.186.170...
ls *.txtCan't ls: "/*.txt" not found
ls *.txt 2> /dev/nullCan't ls: "/*.txt" not found
Why is there a difference in behavior of ls command on the QSHELL and SFTP server? How do we suppress these errors on a batch SFTP connection?
Chella Govindarajan R,
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