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I need to execute a datastage ETL job which runs a shell script to move files from a specific folder in windows machine (not a file system) to a directory in unix.

I have something like this now

HOST=UNIX123
USER=abcd
PASSWORD=abc123
FILE_NAME="Test.txt"
ftp -v -n WINDOWS123 << end_script
user zxc/VKR XYZ
lcd /stg/scripts 
cd "data" 
binary
mget *.txt
quit
end_script

The mget command here just copies the files. I would want to move the files instead of a copy

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    By, "to a folder in unix" you mean a folder on another partition? – Erik Jul 19 '17 at 13:35
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    Do you mean a remote Windows machine, or do you mean some Windows file-system (e.g. NTFS) mounted on Linux? Please edit your question to improve it a lot (currently it is unclear). BTW, Unix systems have directories (not folders, which are just a GUI artefact). And what is a "datastage" job? – Basile Starynkevitch Jul 19 '17 at 13:39
  • you state two machines. 1 windows 1 linux. how they are related? is the nix machine running samba? is the windows running FTP/SFTP service? will the windows machine deliver to unix the files via FTP/SFTP? plz share more details on what exactly the relation will be between the servers? – GiannakopoulosJ Jul 19 '17 at 13:44
  • And your question is... ? – dr01 Jul 19 '17 at 14:47
  • Can we assume that the listed user has Windows permissions to delete the files? – Jeff Schaller Jul 19 '17 at 16:12
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If you have a windows box with at least an admin share \\computer\c$ and you have a linux box that will run the script:

Mount the windows share read/write

mount -t cifs $network_path $mount_directory -o credentials=$cred_file

Execute the move command on the mounted directory

mv "$mount_directory/*" "$new_directory"

May need to copy then delete the files...

cp "$mount_directory/*"
rm "$mount_directory/*"

Check the switches you may require on the commands (cp, mv and rm).

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