File synchronization is a process that exchanges files between two hosts, or nodes, using a mode that defines the rules for synchronization. Synchronization modes include mirror, synchronize, backup and contribute.
JSCAPE MFT Server supports file synchronization using all major file transfer protocols including FTP/S, SFTP, AFTP and HTTP/S, cloud protocols such as Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure Blob and Google Drive, and a lightweight Agent protocol that may be freely used by nodes that do not have a file transfer service installed and/or that have firewall policies preventing inbound connections.
Compatible with any platform and any environment, JSCAPE supports a variety of trading partners using multiple types of protocols. The low-code/no-code workflow automation capabilities, REST APIs, and single pane of glass visibility into all processes and automations makes working with JSCAPE easy on your teams.
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New and modified files from node A are copied to node B. Redundant files on the node B are deleted.
New and modified files from node A and node B are copied to each other.
All files from node A are copied to node B.
New files from node A are copied to node B.
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