Most users of JSCAPE MFT Server are already familiar with directory monitors. You often use it to monitor a directory for newly added files. Although that capability has helped immensely in automating a lot of business processes, it had its limitations. In the past, directory monitors could only be used to monitor local directories and UNC paths but not directories on remote servers. In the upcoming MFT Server 11, that's going to be possible.Read More
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
If you are familiar with JSCAPE MFT Server you may already be aware of the power and flexibility that Triggers can offer you as an administrator. If you are new to JSCAPE MFT Server, Triggers allow you to automate processes with the use of Event Type parameters and Trigger Actions. Basically, Event Types are predefined events with configurable parameters that represent a condition, when that condition is met it triggers the associated action to be performed. In this article I will show you how to create a Trigger to automate the deletion of aged files and explain how the Trigger accomplishes this task.
In the tutorial How To Create Custom Trigger Actions we demonstrated how to create custom trigger actions in MFT Server.
In this tutorial we will discuss Functions, how they are used in Triggers, and how to create your own custom Functions using the extensible API provided in MFT Server.
The ability to support ICAP antivirus scanning is one of the key features of JSCAPE MFT Server 10.2. But what is it? How can your end users, trading partners, and system administrators benefit from it? How does it match up against traditional file transfer virus scanning solutions? We answer these questions and more in this blog post.Read More
Triggers are a very powerful feature that allow you to listen for events and respond with actions if conditions are met. For example, whenever a file is uploaded by a certain user you may wish to have this file encrypted and then send an email notification with details of the file transfer.
In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to set up JSCAPE MFT Server to copy each file downloaded from a remote server. If you want to follow these steps locally, we suggest you follow the instructions in the article "Downloading Files Periodically From A Trading Partner" first. This tutorial will only work if you have a separate trigger that performs the download process and that article will help you in that regard.Read More
In this post we're going to show you how to download files periodically from a trading partner. For this particular example, we'll be setting up JSCAPE MFT Server to connect to a trading partner every 10 minutes, download all files from a particular folder, and then delete each of those files from the remote server as soon as the download succeeds.Read More
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to connect JSCAPE MFT Server to an Amazon S3 Trading Partner and then upload files to an S3 bucket.Read More
Last time, we posted a quickstart guide to setting up an AS2 server. The example in that tutorial featured a manual method for sending EDI messages. Because EDI transactions are really best carried out through automated means, this video will teach you how to configure JSCAPE MFT Server to send AS2 EDI messages automaticallyRead More
A tutorial showing how to set up JSCAPE MFT Server to automatically zip files, upload the zip file to a trading partner, and then move the local zip file to another directory for archiving.Read More