A File System Endpoint allows a folder or directory to be accessible from an Access Point server—a local file system, a mounted network file system, or on a Windows Access Point, a UNC path—to act as a source or destination for data transfer. See also What is an Access Point? The File System Endpoint has the following attributes.
|Access point||After you select an Access Point, browse through the file system on that Access Point, and then select a root directory to act as a source or destination for a Data Flow.
If there are no Access Points available to you, you can create one. See Managing Access Points.
Note: By default, a File System Endpoint built on a given Access Point has recursive access to the files and folders under the Access Point's root directory. This has the following implications:
On Windows systems, by default, the service runs as