Create a transfer profile

Use the following procedure to create a transfer profile.

  1. Select Accounts > User Accounts. The User Accounts page is displayed.
  2. Click the name of the account to which to add a transfer profile.
  3. The Account Settings page for that account is displayed.
  4. Click the Transfer Profiles tab.
  5. The Transfer Profiles page is displayed.
  6. Click Add New.
  7. The Add Transfer Profile page is displayed.
  8. Enter the field values described in the following table.
  9. Field Description
    Transfer Profile Name

    The name you use to select the transfer profile in the subscription.

    If this name must matches the name of the IDF (PeSIT protocol PI 12) on a remote PeSIT partner for an transfer from the remote partner, this transfer profile is used.

    Files To Send

    Used to select the files to send when a partner site downloads.

    Relative to the user’s home folder, so /file refers to a file in the home folder

    Any valid expression including PeSIT expressions

    For details, see Expression Language.

    Acknowledge Transfer If this option is selected, a successful transfer is acknowledged by the receiving partner after the transfer finished and the transfer processing has been completed.
    Receive Files As

    Used to name the files received when files are transferred to SecureTransport.

    Relative to the user’s home folder, so /file refers to a file in the home folder

    Any valid expression including PeSIT expressions.

    For details, see Expression Language.

    File Label Controls whether the file name relative to the user’s home folder is sent, the full file path and name is sent, or no file name is sent. Ignored when receiving files.
    All files If this option is selected, when SecureTransport initiates a download from the PeSIT partner, it gets all files whose names match the pattern. If this option is cleared, SecureTransport gets the first file with a matching file name.
    Transfer Mode BINARY, ASCII, EBCDIC, or EBCDIC_NATIVE. Use EBCDIC_NATIVE for files that use EBCDIC LF (0x25) as the end-of-line character.
    Record Format Fixed or Variable.

    Record Length

    Specifies the length of the records in bytes.

    Record Format and Record Length are only taken into account if the received or sent files do not have transfer metadata defined (PI31 and PI32).

    Strip padding symbols

    When Strip padding symbols is selected, the padding characters will be removed. This is the default behavior. When Strip padding symbols is not selected, the padding characters will not be removed.

    Note This is only applicable for incoming transfers when FIXED record format is set by the remote site. Padding symbols are added by the sending site. SecureTransport recognizes null when working in BINARY mode, space when in ASCII mode, and @ when in EBCDIC or EBCDIC NATIVE modes.
  10. Click Add.
  11. The new transfer profile is added to the list for the user.

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