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Seeburger SFTP adapter

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I want to transfer the file from one location to another locatoin through Seeburger SFTP adapter, is it possible?, If yes could you please suggest how to do and provide any documents/links.

By using File adapter we can send the data

/people/william.li/blog/2006/09/08/how-to-send-any-data-even-binary-through-xi-without-using-the-integration-repository

Like this i want to send the data through SFTP.

Thanks

Ramesh

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2010 at 01:09 AM

    HI VenkatRamesh,

    Yes its possible to do Pass through senaio with SFTP adapter.

    but one problem is Dynamic file names configuration. if you want to do dynamic file name configuration then you have to use IR part. else (if you want the same name in the receiver) you can proceed ahead in the same way you do for a file secnaio.

    PS: i assume that you have already imported the certificates of the SFTP server and the connection has been already established via SFTP.

    Regards,

    Senthilprakash.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thank you Sanju,

      But I want to know exactly what are all the sender and receiver parameter details which I need to provide when file is transfering, (its like file adapter: contains source file file name field,.....).

      Thanks

      Ramesh

      Edited by: Venkataramesh Boppana on Oct 8, 2010 6:42 PM

  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 02:00 PM

    You can use operating system command option in sender communication channel

    Please refer this blogs for SFTP

    /people/daniel.graversen/blog/2008/12/11/sftp-with-pi-the-openssh-way

    /people/daniel.graversen/blog/2009/07/29/using-sftp-ssh-for-windows-in-sap-pi

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