I am not able to run below copy command in state transfer tool. If file name is less then 34 character then its properly copying file .
SET sas-date-fmt 'MMDDYY10'
SET in-encoding utf-8
SET out-encoding utf-8
SET QUOTE-CHAR-RD None
SET QUOTE-CHAR-WR None
COPY "\\localhost\medrio_data\657e2a8a-f147-4aed-80a1-40dfe682c7f9\jobqueuefiles\21322_DatumChabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijkl\DatumChabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijkl.sts" "\\localhost\medrio_data\657e2a8a-f147-4aed-80a1-40dfe682c7f9\jobqueuefiles\21322_DatumChabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijkl\Medrio.sas7bdat"
Are you referring to StatTransfer?
If so, you should probably talk to their support not SAS support.
Note that a SAS dataset name must be less than 32 chars and can't start with a number. I know nothing about StatTransfer or the code posted but based on your comments that may be your issue.
All the rules are here.
You should put your problem here: http://www.stattransfer.com/support/help.html
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