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  1. FTP Cmd - SIZE event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    The file size event occurs when the server obtains the size of a file. An agent triggered by this event should output the size of the file to the output stream. Only the first line of output, up to a...

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  2. FTP Cmd - STOR event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    The file upload event occurs when a file is in the process of being uploaded. An agent should read the file content data from the input stream.

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  3. File and directory management events

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    These events are used by multiple protocols to manage files and directories on the server. Every FTP, SSH, or HTTP command that involves file system access has an associated command event. Rules and agents contained in the built-in Streaming rules...

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  4. File transfer authorization and audit events

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    File Transfer Authorization events start an upload or download. File Transfer Audit events perform tracking tasks on uploads and downloads. Incoming and outgoing events are used for the following reasons when users upload and download files from a server:

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  5. File transfer upload and download events

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    These events are used by multiple protocols to move files to or from the server.

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  6. HTTP Cmd - POST event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event is only for the HTTP protocol. The POST event occurs when a non-SecureTransport related POST request is received from a web client. An agent triggered by this event cannot override the following SecureTransport-specific POST requests:

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  7. Incoming Abort event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs when the user interrupts a file transmission by using a kill method such as Ctrl+C or break. Depending on the protocol, it can be difficult to distinguish between an error and an abort case. Both HTTPS and...

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  8. Incoming End event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs at the end of an upload session. It primarily alerts someone that files have been uploaded to the server.

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  9. Incoming Error event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs when an unexpected interruption occurs when a file is being uploaded to the server. This kind of error usually occurs due to network problems. For HTTPS transfers, aborts also generate this event.

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  10. Incoming Start event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs at the start of an upload. Allow or deny permissions for users to upload a file to the server can be defined by the agent triggered by this event. A nonzero exit code prevents uploading.

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  11. Login event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs in the last stages of the login after successful authentication. An agent triggered by this event can set the user cookie and return a login message back to the client.

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  12. Logout event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs when the user session is terminated. An agent triggered by this event can generate a logout message.

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  13. Mailbox folder event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    The following event is part of the application framework and are used to get information about mailbox folders.

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  14. Outgoing Abort event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs when users interrupts a file transmission using a kill method like Ctrl+C or break. For HTTPS transfers it is not possible to detect an abort. So, aborts are handled by the Outgoing Error Agent.

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  15. Outgoing End event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs at the end of a download session. An agent triggered by this event primarily alerts you that files have been downloaded from the server.

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  16. Outgoing Error event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs when an unexpected interruption occurs during a file download from the server. The most common reason for this type of error is usually due to a network problem. For HTTP/S transfers, aborts are handled by this agent.

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  17. Outgoing Start event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event occurs at the start of a download. An agent triggered by this event can give or deny permissions for users to download a file. A non-zero return code prevents the download.

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  18. Password Authentication event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    This event follows the user configuration event if a user is authenticated using a password. If the user is authenticated using only a certificate or SSH key, the password authentication event is not sent.

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  19. Password Change event

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    The following event is triggered by password change requests.

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  20. PeSIT transfer state coordination events

    UpdatedApril 3, 2019 8:28 am |

    Publication: SecureTransport 5.3.0 Developer Guide

    The PeSIT server uses the following events to coordinate the state of the transfer with the Transaction Manager. For more information about PeSIT transfers, refer to the SecureTransport Administrator's Guide.

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