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Integration Directory: Archiving in the Processing Parameters

Is it possible to archive to multiple folders in FTP via XI?

Looks like XI will only let you archive into one folder after you've renamed it with a timestamp in the processing parameters.

We are loooking at a way to rename the folders (by store number and time stamp) and archive these files into multiple archive folders.

Is this at all possible in XI?

Thank-You.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 09:43 PM

    by default only one directory. But you can write a batch job or shell script and execute it from commandLine option in the communication channel, you can move it to multiple files.

    --Archana

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:14 PM

    Hi,

    Using OS command and by executing the shell script you can acheive this,

    btw, are you talking of archiving these files for BackUp strategy..If so, i suggest, to use some of the standard mechanism to archive these files. Not just moving the files from one directory to another.

    If the requirement to just move these files, then you can plan for batch job/shells cript etc

    Rgds,

    Moorthy

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