There are two pieces to what we'd like done.
1)We want to automatically resize image files in a specified Windows XP directory (as soon as an image file is added, it is resized). (Image files will be saved into this directory periodically from another program, sometimes 1 at a time, sometimes 15 at a time.)
2) Then, after resizing, use WinSCP "Keep Folders Up to Date" function to synchronize the local directory with a remote web directory via FTP.
The resizing AND the FTP synchronization via WinSCP must be 100% automated. I assume they will be triggered on Windows startup, and run in the background as long as the computer is running. As soon as an image file (or 10) is added to the local directory, it would be resized to a single specfication (such as width: 640px, height: auto). Perhaps this can be done through a Windows script using ImageMagick. Then, as soon as all new image files added have been resized, WinSCP will notice the changes through its "Keep Folders Up to Date" function, and synchronize the local directory with a specified remote web directory via FTP. Direction of synchronization will be from local-->remote, and the WinSCP option to delete files from the remote directory no longer present in the local directory will be used.
Thanks so much. I appreciate your time and consideration.
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hi, I can provide a solution, which autostart and sit in system tray near clock and does the job of resizing and synchorinising in the background and fully automatic.. Regards
I can write a exe. it will take a folder and resize all image then upload in your server using ftp. winscp is no need, my exe will do everything.