I am calling the following from a .cmd file:
ftp -d -s:D:\backup\web-daily.txt
The web-daily.txt file is an ftp input file with similar contents to this:
open <server> <login> <password> put d:\backup\web-daily.7z web-daily.7z quit
I need to be able to pass the current date to the ftp input file. Is this doable without having to execute a program that actually modifies web-daily.txt? This is because web-daily.7z is actually web-daily_%date:~10,4%%date:~4,2%%date:~7,2%.7z (or web-daily_yyyy_MM_dd.7z).
I'd like to pass this date in as a parameter if possible.