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SFTP Receive Endpoint Settings

Use these to set up SFTP endpoint settings to receive inbound files from your trading partners.

Name Description

Endpoint Name

Name used to refer to the endpoint. The name is typically autopopulated, but can be overwritten by the end user.
Required: Yes

Description

Describes a purpose and any other important details for this endpoint.
Required: No

Host

The FTP server host, such as www.mulesoft.com, localhost, or 192.168.0.1, and so on that connects to the SFTP server.
Required: Yes

Port

The port number of the SFTP server to connect upon.

Username

Is the username for the FTP Server.
Required: Yes, if the server is authenticated.

Password

Is the password for the FTP Server.
Required: Yes, if the server is authenticated.

Source Path

A path on the SFTP server where your trading partner is expected to drop the inbound files.
Required: Yes

Polling Frequency

Frequency in milliseconds to check the source path for new files.
Required: Yes
Default: 1000

Size check wait time

The wait time in milliseconds between size checks to determine if a file is ready to be processed. This allows a file write to complete before processing. Disable this feature by setting it to a negative number or omitting a value. When enabled, Mule performs two size checks by waiting the amount of time specified in between calls. If both checks return the same value, the file is ready to process.
Required: Yes
Default: 1000

Archival Path

Specify an optional path on the SFTP server where a copy of the file that was picked up from the source path can be stored.

SFTP Acknowledgment Endpoint Settings

Use these to set up SFTP endpoint settings to send acknowledgement files (TA1 and/or 997/999) to your trading partners.

Most configuration options are the same as the SFTP Receive endpoint listed previously.

In this case, the Source Path and the Archival Path are replaced by the Acknowledgement Path detailed as follows.

Name Description

Acknowledgement Path

A path on the SFTP server where your trading partner is expecting to receive an acknowledgement (such as TA1 and/or 997/999) related to an EDI transaction they may have sent.
Required: Yes

SFTP Target Endpoint Settings

Use these to set up SFTP endpoint settings to route transformed files to an internal SFTP server address within your organization. Most configurations options are the same as the SFTP Receive endpoint listed previously. The Source Path and the Archival Path are replaced by the Target Path detailed as follows.

Name Description

Target Path

A path on your SFTP server where you can route transformed output for a message flow processed via Anypoint Partner Manager.
Required: Yes

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