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I made the changes as you suggested, the new code follows:

use strict; use warnings; use Net::SFTP; my $SFTPSite = 'sftp.xxxxbroker' ; my $userid = 'fred'; my $pword = 'bedrock'; my $entry = undef; #** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** # Setup to do the SFTP my $sftp = Net::SFTP->new( $SFTPSite, $userid, $pword ) or die "Could NOT create SFTP " ; #Net::SFTP const +ructor my @entries = $sftp->ls('/'); # slurp all entries into an array foreach $entry (@entries) { print "$entry \n"; chomp $entry; my @fields = split /\s+/, $entry; print "the file name: " . $fields[-1] . "\n"; }

the following error message resulted from the above code.

C:\dev\FTPPerl>perl The getpwuid function is unimplemented at c:/progFiles/PERL/site/lib/Net/SSH/ line 110.

I belive that I an missing something to support Net::SFTP. Maybe I have an old version of Net:SSH But do not know how to figure that out.
As per the ActiveState Perl Package Manager I have the following SSH stuff installed:
Net-SSH 0.08
Net-SSH-Perl 1.30
Net-SSH-W32-Perl .05

thanks for your assistance.


In reply to Re^2: help with Net::SFTP by kevind0718
in thread help with Net::SFTP by kevind0718

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