state

CFTRECV, CFTSEND, RECV, SEND

[STATE = { DISP | HOLD | KEEP}]

Defines the transfer request state:

  • DISP: the request is saved in the "D" state (at disposal) in the catalog; this state corresponds to an "immediate" transfer (i.e. one which is executed as soon as possible, given time slot and parallel transfer constraints, etc.)
  • HOLD: the request is saved in the "H" state in the catalog; this state corresponds to a deferred transfer. The transfer is executed later:
  • either on acceptance of a remote receive request
  • or as a result of a local START command having changed this transfer to the available state (‘D’),
  • KEEP: the request is saved in the "K" state in the catalog; this state corresponds to deferred transfer: the transfer can only be executed later as a result of a local START command having changed this transfer to the available state

LISTCAT, DELETE, START, KEEP, HALT, RESUME, SUBMIT, END, DISPLAY

[STATE = {* | C | CDHKTX } ]

Select one of the following transfer states:

  • *
  • C
  • CDHKTX

CFTPART

[STATE = string ]

State of the partner:

  • ACTIVEBOTH (default)- partner active in all modes
  • ACTIVEREQ - partner active in request mode only
  • ACTIVESERV - partner active in server mode only
  • NOACTIVE - partner not active

PKICER (PKIUTIL tool)

State is the status of an imported certificate. If activated, it can be used by Transfer CFT. Options are:

  • Act - activated
  • Inact - deactivated

CFTCRON

[STATE = { ACTIVE | NOACTIVE } ]

  • To activate CFTCRON, set the state=ACTIVE.
  • Use NOACTIVE to disable use of CFTCRON.

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