CFTIDF - Template to virtual file association

You can use the CFTIDF object to establish a correspondence between the local IDF and the NIDF sent or received.

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Description

Use this command to locally establish this correspondence between the local IDF and the NIDF sent or received.

Parameter

ID

Local identifier of the file on the local site (IDF).

This identifier corresponds to the value of the ID parameter of the CFTSEND/CFTRECV command or to the IDF parameter of the SEND/RECV command.

NIDF

File network identifier; value which is sent over the network.

It is not possible, for the direction of a given transfer, to have multiple CFTIDF commands with an identical NIDF.

Note: In standard PeSIT E, the NIDF is transported in the PI 12 (14 characters maximum). In PeSIT E between 2 Transfer CFT monitors, if the NIDF is longer than 14 characters, this NIDF is transported in the PI 99 (28 characters maximum), the value indicated in the PI 12 being truncated to 14 characters.

string8  PeSIT D

s  tring14PeSIT E

string28  PeSIT E CFT/CFT

string26  ODETTE

PART

Local identifier of the partner for which the IDF/NIDF correspondence is valid.

Same value as the value of the ID parameter of CFTPART.

TYPE

Transfer direction for which this correspondence is valid.

The values indicated are:

  • SEND for send transfers
  • RECV for receive transfers

Example

 

 

For partner A, the local identifier FILE corresponds to the network name FILE_SITE_A for send transfers to partner B.

Partner B establishes the correspondence between the same network identifier and the local identifier FILEA, for a receive transfer from A.

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