Source processing

The source processing scripts section of the flow definition identify the scripts to execute at specific phases in the flow lifecycle. See Flow lifecycle for detailed information.

For each phase, you can select whether to execute the default script or a custom script. Default scripts, with the exception of pre-processing scripts, are defined in the configuration of the Transfer CFT involved in the flow. For example, SalesApp1 running on CFT001 is defined as the source in the flow. The default post-processing script defined in the CFT001 configuration is exec/default_postprocessing.sh (the actual default value is exec/&IDF.sh). If that is the script you want executed in the flow, you select the Default option.

To execute a different script, you must select the Custom option. Default scripts are defined in the Transfer processing section of the Transfer CFT configuration. See Transfer processing.

Processing scripts are executed on the source during the following phases:

  • Pre-processing – Before the file is transferred
  • Post-processing – After the file is transferred
  • Acknowledgment – After an acknowledgment is sent by the target
  • Error – After an error occurs during a transfer
  • Exit task - Executed according to script definition

For setting a custom processing script, you can:

  • Set an existing script already on the source Transfer CFT.
  • or
  • Upload a new script. The new script is available on the Transfer CFT after the flow is deployed successfully on the Transfer CFT. The new script is uploaded to Transfer CFT with the default path $(cft.runtime_dir)/conf/ws_upload. If the file already exists on Transfer CFT, it is overwritten.

Configure specific parameters for each source

Specifies whether to enable configuring different transfer properties values for each source product.

This field displays when you select multiple sources.

If you select Yes, a table listing all the source products is displayed. Click Edit to customize parameters for a source.

 

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