Using paths and advanced commands for endpoints in data flows

You can add paths and advanced commands on FTP and SFTP endpoints included in a data flow. You can add only advanced commands for AS2 endpoints. Any paths or commands you add in these cases are stored at the data flow level and do not affect the endpoint per se.

Paths

You can add paths to help define your FTP or SFTP endpoint.

When you click Select to enable your endpoint, the Path entry field is enable for you to specify a path within your FTP or SFTP endpoint. This path indicates where in the endpoint the data flow should either get files or put files.
Note: If you specify both a path and commands, the commands will override the path.

Commands

You can add commands for AS2, FTP and SFTP endpoints to be executed when the data flow runs. Where commands are valid for both From and To FTP and SFTP endpoints, commands are only valid for AS2 To endpoints – no commands are available for AS2 From endpoints. Valid commands vary per endpoint as follows:
AS2 To Endpoint
command
description
FTP From Endpoint
command
description
FTP To Endpoint
command
description
SFTP From Endpoint
command
description
SFTP To Endpoint
command
description