Resubmit transfers

The Resubmit column can display:

  • A Resubmit button that you use to retry a failed transfer or to resubmit successful incoming transfers. It is displayed when the transfer has a permanent failure or when an incoming transfer is successful, other than in the following exceptions: AdHoc mail, AdHoc attachment, CIT download, failed CIT upload, in-progress, retrying, PeSIT in a Paused state, Publish To Account Advanced Routing step. The Resubmit button is not displayed for deleted transfers. Note that the CycleId of the original transfer is preserved when resubmitting failed SITs, and a new CycleId is generated when resubmitting successful transfers. For more information, see CycleId calculation.
  • A Cancel button that you can use to stop the transfer resubmit attempt. It is displayed when the transfer has a temporary failure. There are limitations on Cancel: you cannot use it to control automatic retries when using the Advanced Routing feature.
  • No button when the transfer is of the above-mentioned exceptions.

When retrying a transfer, SecureTransport uses either an archived copy created when the server first received the file, or the original file if it is available. The application always checks if an archived copy of the file is available before checking for the original file. If there's another file with the same name in the same location, the transfer is not resubmitted if the modification date and time do not match. If there is no archive for the transfer and the original file is not available, the resubmit attempt fails.

Note Archived files are removed from the server periodically. You can control these settings using the Archive Maintenance application and File archiving global configuration.

If there is no active subscription for the transfer at the moment of resubmission, the subscription is reactivated. If only a post-transmission action fails, the post-transmission action is restarted when you resubmit the transfer.

Note Resubmitting a failed outbound SIT transfer (initiated by the Send to Partner step) only resubmits the transfer itself and does not trigger the Advanced Routing flow. To reinitiate the Advanced Routing, the administrator must resubmit the inbound CIT transfer. For more information, see Archive files on failure.

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