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Advanced FTPS V2 sources and targets in mass ingestion tasks

When you create a mass ingestion task to transfer files from an Advanced FTPS V2 source or to an Advanced FTPS V2 target, you configure the source or target properties, respectively.
You configure source properties on the Source page of the mass ingestion task wizard. You configure target properties on the Target page of the mass ingestion task wizard.

Configuring an Advanced FTPS V2 source

    1. In the Connection Type list select Advanced FTPS V2.
    2. In the Connection list select the connection from a list of configured connections.
    1. a. To view the connection details, click View.
    2. b. To test the connection, in the View Connection dialog box, click Test.
    3. Configure the following Source Options:
    Option
    Description
    Source Directory
    Directory from where files are transferred. The Secure Agent must be able to access the directory.
    The default value is the source directory specified in the connection.
    Include files from sub-folders
    Transfer files from all sub-folders under the defined source directory.
    Skip Duplicate Files
    Do not transfer duplicate files. If files with the same name and creation date were transferred by the same mass ingestion task, the task does not transfer them again, and the files are marked as duplicate in the job log. If this option is not selected the task transfers all files.
    Transfer Mode
    File transfer mode. The following options are available:
    • - Auto. Mass Ingestion determines the transfer mode.
    • - ASCII.
    • - Binary.
    File Pattern
    File name pattern used to select the files to transfer. You can use a regular expression or wildcard characters.
    For example, you can specify the following regular expression:
    ([a-zA-Z0-9\s_\\.\-\(\):])+(.doc|.docx|.pdf)$
    You can use the following wildcard character filters:
    • - An asterisk (*) matches any number of characters.
    • - A question mark (?) matches a single character.
    After File Pickup
    Determines what to do with source files after the files transfer. The following options are available:
    • - Keep the files in the source directory.
    • - Delete the files from the source directory.
    • - Rename the files in the source directory. You must specify a file name suffix that Mass Ingestion adds to the file name when renaming the files.
    • - Archive the files to a different location. You must specify an archive directory.
    4. Click Next.
    The Target page appears.

Configuring an Advanced FTPS V2 target

    1. In the Connection Type list select Advanced FTPS V2.
    2. In the Connection list select the connection from a list of configured connections.
    1. a. To view the connection details, click View.
    2. b. To test the connection, in the View Connection dialog box, click Test.
    3. Configure the following Target Options:
    Option
    Description
    Target Directory
    Directory to where files are transferred. The Secure Agent must be able to access the directory.
    The default value is the target directory specified in the connection.
    File Exists Action
    Determines what to do with a file if a file with the same name exists in the target directory. The following options are available:
    • - Overwrite
    • - Append Timestamp
    Transfer Mode
    File transfer mode. The following options are available:
    • - Auto. Mass Ingestion determines the transfer mode.
    • - ASCII.
    • - Binary.
    4. Click Next.
    The Schedule page appears.