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I am transferring my file using pscp with the command below:

pscp target\app.war root@127.0.0.1:/jetty/webapps

What would be the syntax to change the ownership of the app.war file ? In other words to perform chown -R jetty:jetty to the app.war using pscp ?

Something like:

pscp chown -R jetty:jetty root@127.0.0.1:/jetty/webapps/app.war

Thanks for your suggestions

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You can't do this with pscp which is an implementation of scp.

Perhaps you should look at ssh or plink to remote in to the system and run a command e.g.

plink root@127.0.0.1 chown -R jetty:jetty /jetty/webapps/app.war

Notes: The above is untested but you should be able to figure it out if it doesn't work. For a single file you don't really need -R It seems odd that you are scping to your localhost when a simple copy should do the trick.

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