Add/Edit Site Configuration Dialog Box

Use this dialog box to add or edit SFTP site configuration.

Option Description
Site name Enter the name of an SFTP site.
Server address Enter the IP address or the server name of the SFTP site. It is mandatory to fill this field.
Port Enter the port number that will be used by the component to establish connection to the SFTP server. The default port number is 22.
User name Enter the user name of the client who will have access rights to the SFTP site. After you specify the user name, specify the password associated with this user. It is mandatory to fill this text box.
Obtain password via RRT Check this box if you want to obtain the password via RRT at run time.
Password Enter the password for the specified user name. It is mandatory to fill this text box. This value will be only used in case of Obtain password via RRT check box is not selected.
Password RRT Enter an expression consisting of RRTs that will be replaced by the actual password at run time. This value will be only used in case of Obtain password via RRT check box is selected.
Destination folder path Enter the folder where the documents will be stored on the SFTP server. If you specify a new folder in this field, it will be created on the SFTP server. However, if you do not specify a path or folder name, the data is stored in the root directory of the SFTP server.
Advanced Click this button to test sending data to the SFTP server. This button opens the Advanced Settings dialog box.
Test Click this button to configure and run the test of the connection to the specified SFTP site. This button opens Run Test dialog box.
Overwrite destination file if file exists Select this check box to overwrite the file if it already exists. If you do not select this option, the file will not be overwritten, and respective error message will appear in the Status Monitor.
Rename file Select this check box if you want the output file to be renamed. The Schema field becomes enabled.
Schema Enter the schema name for the output file name. You can use Runtime Replacement Tags (RRT) to dynamically set the value of the schema.