The SFTP palette is used to issue the SFTP commands.
SFTP Change Default Directory The
SFTP Change Default Directory activity changes the current default directory on the remote machine to the specified directory path.
SFTP Close Connection The
SFTP Close Connection activity closes the connection for the configured HostIP, Port, and username. This activity enables the user to close the used connection even when the
Quit check box is not selected on the activity level configuration.
SFTP Delete File The
SFTP Delete File activity issues an SFTP
rm command to remove one or more files from the remote server.
SFTP Dir The
SFTP Dir activity provides a list of files in the specified directory of the SFTP server.
SFTP Get The
SFTP Get activity issues an SFTP
command to the specified server.
SFTP Get Default Directory The
SFTP Get Default Directory activity retrieves the name of the current remote directory. The default remote directory is operating system-dependent and determined by the remote SFTP server. On UNIX systems, the default remote directory is usually the home directory of the user account that is used to establish an SFTP connection. The current remote directory may be different from the default directory. When
SFTP Change Default Directory activity is used to change the default directory in the same session, it returns the currently set remote directory path.
SFTP Put The
SFTP Put activity issues an SFTP
mput command to the specified server.