Thanks almet for ftp idea. Same, I got inputs from the node for SFTP. I got the files what i need from the directory using $sftp->ls.

my %args = (user => encode("iso-8859-1", $ftp_user) , password => enco +de("iso-8859-1", $ftp_passwd)); $args{ssh_args} = [ port => encode("iso-8859-1", $ftp_port) ] + if $ftp_port; $sftp = Net::SFTP->new($ftp_url, %args); return 0 if (!$sftp); $sftp->ls($ftp_additional_path, sub { my $ref = shift; if ($ref->{'filename'} = +~ /_3rdParty_/) { $files->{$ref->{'fil +ename'}} = 1 } }); print (keys %{$files}); $sftp->get(encode("iso-8859-1", $ftp_file), $local_file); my ($statuscode, $statustext) = $sftp->status; $log->error("\nFile not found") if($statustext ne "No error");

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in thread Download file from sftp or FTP by gube

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