Get Files from ftp which are uploaded recent week


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Get Files from ftp which are uploaded recent week

Hi All,

Here is a brief scenario for my requirement ..

There is a directory in FTP Server, where would files be uploaded on weekly basic.

I need to get those files which are uploaded during this week and not the files which are uploaded the previous week and download them to locale directory

Can anyone of you guide me how to go with this case..

If you have any script to do this, please post here...

am totally new to shell script commands and special variables like $, $1 etc..

Thanks in Advance

Regards,
Madan N
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Hi All,

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