Configuration Wizard

If Transfer CFT is not pre-configured, the Configuration Wizard is displayed when you start the graphical user interface for the first time. This topic describes how the Configuration Wizard creates a basic initial configuration. You can modify this configuration either immediately or at a later date.

The Configuration Wizard starts automatically when you log on. This Wizard consists of a series of screens that provide step by step instructions on how to create a configuration. The following section explains the various options and provides details on completing the Wizard.

If you did not create the initial CFTFILE files after the Transfer CFT installation, you will not be able to start the Configuration Wizard. Certain basic files must be created, as described in the Creating an initial CFTFILE topic, before you can continue with the sample file or Configuration Wizard.

Using the Configuration Wizard

When you start Transfer CFT for the first time, the Welcome to the Configuration Wizard screen is displayed. Follow the screen instructions. The Wizard proposes identifiers that you can accept or modify.

After completing each screen click Next to continue, or Cancel to quit the Wizard.

Welcome to the Configuration Wizard

The table displays the proposed configuration options.



Create a basic configuration

Click to select:

  • Basic TCP configuration

Customize a configuration

Select this option to create a custom configuration. Follow step by step instructions.

Configuration Wizard: Step 1

In the first configuration window enter the Transfer CFT configuration Key. Click Next to continue.

Mandatory parameter



Enter the name of the key to be used for the Transfer CFT configuration.

Configuration Wizard: Step 2

The wizard lists the required Transfer CFT objects and proposes object identifiers. Click Next to confirm and continue. The following objects identifiers are defined for the configuration:


Click Finish to complete Step 2. This configuration is processed. Click Close to end the Configuration Wizard session.

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