Permits read or write or delete of a file including local files, UNC paths. FTP, SFTP anf FTPS.
188.8.131.52 - Added support for explicit passive & active FTP, added support for custom timeout, some bug fixes
184.108.40.206 - Added support for SSH Authentication by providing certificate contents, changed property names for consistency.
220.127.116.11 - Updated the SFTP libaray which contains bug fixes.
18.104.22.168 - Provide a meaningful error when properties are missing
Type: Connection Input
Provides a Connection and optionally a DropPoint to service the request.
The username used to authenticate access to the FTP or SFTP server
The password used to authenticate access to FTP or SFTP server
Type: Multiline Text Data
The SSH Certificate contents used to authenticate to SFTP or FTPS
True , indicates that the target path should be created if it does not already exist.
Some servers are configured to expect the PASV command when a connection is initialized. The Node then sends the PASV command instead of the PORT command when initiating a connection to the Server.
Type: List Input
Indicates the action to take against the file specified in Path.
Type: String Input
The path to the file. This may be a UNC path, a relative or absolute local path (when executed at a DropPoint) or an FTP file path. For FTP, prefix Path with ftp:// or sftp://.
Type: List Input
Indicates whether the file should be read or written as text or binary. In Text mode, the file is read or written as a string. In Binary mode, the file is read or written as a byte array.
Type: Multiline Text InputOutput
Provides access to the file stream. For Action Write, set this property to the file content before invoking. For Action Read, this property will be set to the file content during invoke. Content may be of type string or byte array - refer to the Type property for more information.
The File Connector allows a single files to be read, written or deleted per invoke.
The prefix provided as part of Path determines the file type as follows:
\\UNC path for network share
If you are reading or writing sizeable files over FTP, installing a DropPoint in the same network as the FTP server will significantly improve performance as the data will be compressed in transit to and from the DropPoint.
The Username and Password or PrivateKeyFileContents provided in the Connection Property will be used to authorize FTP or SFTP sessions only. If you require specific credentials to gain access to a local file or UNC path, change the Windows Service account used by the DropPoint.