Sftp cannot see folder in destination server


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Sftp cannot see folder in destination server

I'm using sftp to connect from a Windows server (User ID is ssh1) to AIX server (User ID ftpeapsg) to access /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG in AIX server. User ftpeapsg is created on AIX server.
Able to connect to AIX server fine without the need for password however not able to see the folder /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG

For /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG, owner is ftphrssg and group is geapsgtp
ftp user is ftpeapsg and group is geapsgtp

Both /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG and ftpeapsg belong to group geapsgtp.
Any idea why I'm not able to see /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG in the AIX server?
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Please list (cut-and-paste here with code tags) the directory permissions like this (for example), using the appropriate switches for AIX:

Code:
ls -ld /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG

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This doesn't say if you can actually open the connection as the correct user. Does that work even? If not, please show us the command(s) you use and the output/errors so we can assist with that part first.
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Attached is the permission of the ftp user ftpeapsg and folder /sftp/ftphrssg/HRSSG/EAPSG
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Hello userguy

I don't see an attachment. Can you paste it in CODE tags perhaps?




Thanks, in advance,
Robin
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