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File Copy over Domain

by Anonymous Monk
on Feb 08, 2013 at 09:32 UTC ( #1017781=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
Anonymous Monk has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hi

I am working on Windows environment. I have a scanner machine and a target machine. I am throwing a perl exe from scanner to target which are in same domain with the help of PSExec. Now this perl exe generates some result files on target machine. Now how can I check for these result files on target machine and pull them back to the scanner machine?

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Re: File Copy over Domain
by Corion (Pope) on Feb 08, 2013 at 09:39 UTC

    The easiest way would be to have a Windows share available to both machines. Your "thrown" program could use File::Copy to copy the files after acquiring them onto that share, where your other program will find them.

      That is a solution. But my connection keeps breaking so the share wont be available then. So I want the scanner machine to pull those result files after a specified time interval

        Then maybe you want to send them by mail? Or use rsync to copy the files over when the connection has been restored?

        I think it will be far more efficient if you describe to us the exact setup and network environment, so that we don't have to guess at a good solution multiple times. Maybe you can also tell us the exact problem you're trying to solve. Having a view of the big picture often helps in understanding the implied constraints.

        If your machine keeps disconnecting then you'll have to reconnect.

        One way that works on Windows without re-entering the password is to use Windows Explorer to open a window on it. Just

        system("start E:");
        (if E: is the drive letter for the share) should do.

        Of course, after a while, you'll end up with a bunch of windows (or 1, at best) that you don't need. Oh, well. :)

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