Transfers files via the internet to a remote server via FTP or SFTP protocols.
Requires the remote FTP server's address, username, and password.
An excessive load is placed on your system when these conditions are met:
business unithas more than ~15 concurrent calls.
- The scripts that are running contain file-related actions, such as Writefile, Readfile, and Fileexist.
This results in throttling. Your
Supported Script Types
The file name of the file to transfer to the remote FTP server.
The protocol used to send files (FTP or SFTP).
|TargetFolder||The folder on the remote FTP server where you want to store transferred files.|
|HostName||The host name of the remote FTP server (ftp.webaddress.com or webaddress.com).|
|Username||The username used to log in to the remote FTP server.|
The password used to log in to the remote FTP server.
|PassiveMode||True or False|
|Path taken unless the script meets a condition that requires it to take one of the other branches. It is also taken if the action's other branches are not defined.|
|OnError||Path taken when the action fails to execute properly. For example, when there is an unexpected problem (for example, poor connectivity, syntax errors, and so forth). The _ERR variable (with a single underscore character) should be populated with a condensed explanation of the problem.|
Tips & Tricks
- Sendfile transfers one file, and on completion moves down the Default branch.
If you are using Cloud Storage Services, use Admin to configure the Copy to SEA option when sending files instead of using the Sendfile action.