Send files with SCP

ScpPut32x32

Description

Uploads a set of files using SCP from the Runtime engine file system.

Parameters

Name Mandatory Default Description

SSH Host

Yes

SSH host name or IP address.

SSH Port

No

22

Connection port.

SSH User

Yes

SSH user.

SSH Password

No

This user’s encrypted password.

SSH Unencrypted Password

No

This user’s password in plain text.

SCP Remote Dir

No

Remote target directory.

SCP Local File

No

Full path to the local file to transfer. Mandatory if SCP Local Dir is not set.

SCP Local Dir

No

Local directory containing the files to transfer. Use with SCP File Includes and SCP File Excludes.

SCP File Includes

No

List of files to include. This is a semi-colon separated list of file masks. For example: .xls;.xml;file.csv

SCP File Excludes

No

List of files to exclude. This is a semi-colon separated list of file masks. For example: .xls;.xml;file.csv

SCP Use sFTP

No

Use the sFTP Protocol for transfer.

SCP Preserve File Date

No

False

Select this option to preserve the file timestamp after the transfer.

SSH Trust Hosts

No

true

Accept all the hosts. If set to false, a list of trusted hosts is provided in the SSH Known Hosts File.

SSH Known Hosts File

No

File containing the list of trusted hosts.

SSH Private Key File

No

Private keys used.

SSH Password Phrase

No

Encrypted Password Phrase.

SSH Unencrypted Password Phrase

No

Password Phrase in plain text.

SSH Additional Connection Properties

No

To define additional connection properties in the form of Java Properties. (key=value pairs separated by carriage returns)

Proxy Host

No

Host name for the proxy server.

Proxy Port

No

1080

Port of the proxy server.

Proxy User

No

Proxy server user.

Proxy Password

No

Proxy server user password, encrypted.

Proxy Unencrypted Password

No

Proxy server user password in plain text.

Proxy Protocol

No

Protocol used for the proxy server: HTTP, SOCKS, SOCKS4 or SOCKS5 .

SQL Connection

No

SQL connection into which the list of uploaded files is published, similarly to the Get Files with FTP action.

SQL Schema Name

No

SQL schema into which the list of uploaded files is published.

SQL Transaction Name

No

SQL transaction into which the list of uploaded files is published.

SQL Additionnal Connection Properties

No

Additionnal properties set on the connection. These properties are provided as key=value pairs separated by a carriage return.

Passwords are encrypted using the encrypt <password> command on the Runtime engine console (engine command line tool).
This actions supports publishing the processed files to a table, similarly to the Get Files with FTP action.