For Commands, an action consists of one or more commands that are to be run sequentially as a group. You can choose to have one action that does ALL sending and receiving, or you can choose to separate sending and receiving into two or more actions, potentially if sends and receives are not to be scheduled at the same intervals.
- Select the action in the tree pane.
- The potential set of commands depends on the client-to-host protocol.
*HTTP derivatives like AS2, EBICS, ebXML, RNIF and WS generally only support PUT.
The actual supported set of commands and their syntax is further dependent on the host type. For more information, see the section specific to the host type in question.
Table 1. Host Commands
FTP HTTP* SSH FTP OFTP MQ SMTP HSP MLLP Purpose CONNECT X X X Connect (login) to the host PUT X X X X X X X X Send one or more files to the host GET X X X X X X Receive one or more files from the host DIR X X X X Get a directory listing of available files from the host CD X X Changes the current directory on the host CONFIRM X Confirm, on the host, receipt of one or more files DELETE X Delete one or more files on the host REQUEUE X Requeues one or more previously received files on the host QUOTE X X X Send a raw command to the server SITE X Send a site specific command to the server TYPE X Sets file data type to ASCII or BINARY
Table 2. Local Commands
FTP HTTP* SSH FTP OFTP MQ SMTP HSP MLLP Purpose SET X X X X X X Change an action property value CLEAR X X X X X X Clear an action string property SYSTEM X X X X X X Execute a local system command WAIT X X X X X X Pause LCOPY X X X X X X Copy local files LDELETE X X X X X X Delete local files LREPLACE X X X X X X Replace bytes in local files
- Select Edit to edit the current line using the dialog editor (refer to step 4).
- Select Insert (or the button) to insert a new line before the current line using the dialog editor (refer to step 4).
- Select Move Down or Move Up (or the and buttons) to move the current line down or up.
- Select Comment (or the button) to change the current command line to a comment line.
- Select Delete (or the button) to clear the current line.
- Select the desired command from the list on the left.
- The dialog box prompts for source and destination paths (and allows for browsing), when applicable to the command and possible for the host type.
- Available options for the command are listed.
- For HTTP, the dialog prompts for any needed or optional parameter and/or header values for the command.
- For LCOPY zipping operations, the dialog prompts for any needed password information if AES encryption is being used.
- The resultant command text is displayed on the bottom line (native UI only).
- Edit as necessary and click OK.