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  1. Folder monitoring CFTFOLDER

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    This section provides a description of how to use Transfer CFT objects to manage folder monitoring.

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  2. addrlist

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    [addrlist = {string 1...64, string 1...64}]

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  3. crontabs

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    { string32 }

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  4. nidf

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    [NIDF = string ]

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  5. nspace

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    [NSPACE = {FSPACE value | n}]            ODETTE, PeSIT

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  6. version

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    [ VERSION = { TLSV1  | SSLV3 | TLSV1 | SSLV3COMP | TLSV1COMP } ]

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  7. DMZ and the TURN command

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    Related topics

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  8. Default recv template concepts

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    This topic describes general file reception concepts and the CFTRECV template.

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  9. CFTLOG GUI

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    A CFTLOG object defines the log file declarations. Transfer CFT records the significant events occurring during a transfer, such as:

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  10. Configuration Wizard

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    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...

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  11. Window properties

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:52 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Local Administration Guide

    This topic describes the screens, menus and icons that appear in the Graphical User Interface.

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  12. Initial configuration

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    This section describes how to get started using Web services with Transfer CFT. You can use a tool such as SoapUI to create and test SOAP requests. A typical usage for Web services when running Transfer CFT is:

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  13. CFTEXT command

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    You can use the CFTEXT object to extract Parameter and Partner file data. CFTEXT generates, as output, a configuration command text used to reconstitute the data of these files.

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  14. END command

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    The END command is used to declare that the processing script (pre, post, or acknowledgement) has been executed correctly.

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  15. Working directory

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    This section describes how to specify a working directory to use other than the default (runtime) directory for file transfer flows.

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  16. General functions

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    Transfer CFT can use logical file names in order to designate the physical files and, if necessary, to state the characteristics of these files. There are two methods of doing this:

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  17. Customize folder monitoring

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    This topic described some of the more advanced parameter settings for Transfer CFT folder monitoring.

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  18. Types of data flows

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    This topic describes the various types of flows that you can create in your enterprise environment. You may use one or more of the following data flow types in your A2A or B2B use case.

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  19. Multi-node options

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    A multi-node installation architecture allows installing Transfer CFT binaries on several hosts, physical or virtual server, and Transfer CFT runtime files on shared file system.

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  20. UCONF: Transfer acceleration

    UpdatedMay 31, 2019 6:53 pm

    Publication: Transfer CFT 3.3.2 Users Guide

    To enable acceleration set the uconf values as recommended in this section.

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