Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Shell script to move certain files on scheduled time Post 302313522 by abhishek27 on Wednesday 6th of May 2009 01:47:53 AM
Thanks for you help...

in that location files can be any ways..like abcd.jar, xyz.jar, 123.jar
what i want is to move only the files with extension .jar.

i guess for this you need to use mv *.jar, or something like that.
 
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