File transfer protocols

A file transfer protocol is a set of rules governing connections and file-based data interchange between remote sites. The sequence of connection messages, file selection, data transfer, synchronization points and disconnect requests must be defined and recognized by both Partners.

Transfer CFT uses a specific network access method, and one of the following file transfer protocols to communicate with Partner objects:

This section introduces Transfer CFT transfer processor concepts. Before beginning you should be familiar with basic Transfer CFT concepts, mechanisms, parameters and protocol concepts.

Note When using Central Governance or Flow Manager with Transfer CFT, the CFTPROT, CFTSEND CFTRECV objects are managed by the governance service. This means that some parameters described in this section are not applicable or should not be edited.

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