Trading Partner – FTP
FTP(File transfer Protocol), which is a communication protocol used to Pull and Push files. Where all the FTP related partners use this and provide necessary details as shown in below screen shot.
Here we will provide the details
|Partner Name||Provide the Trading Partner Name|
|Provide Valid Trading Partner ID to identify the Trading Partner in Partner ID section|
|Partner Id||Partner id is the application id that is utilised. (Oracle ID, SAP ID)|
|Email Id||Provide the email ID of the trading partner contact for the reference|
|Phone Number||Provide the Phone number of the Trading Partner Contact|
|Status||Provide the status of the partner whether the partner is Active or Inactive|
|Host Name||Host Name used to the FTP Server to which we are connecting to|
|Port Number||Port number of the FTP Server to which we are connecting to|
|Transfer type||Type of the transfer (Binary / ASCII)|
|User ID||User Id that is used to connect to the FTP server|
|Password||Password that is used to connect to the FTP server|
|Delete after collection||Delete the file after collecting the files from the connected server|
|In Directory||Directly where the files are picked up from on the Inbound|
|Out Directory||Directly where the files are dropped on the outbound|
|Polling Interval||Provides the interval in which we need to collect the files|
|Create user in SI||It will a create user in Sterling Integrator|
|Create Directory in SI||It will create a directory in Sterling Integrator|
In case, if we have to use the user and directory of our SI machine. We can provide any existing ones which are manually created.
Please find the below link for more details
If we are to give new details, we can provide the same and click on the Create User in SI and Create Directory in SI check boxes. This will invoke the API which automatically creates the mentioned user and directory in Sterling Integrator.
Application – FTP
The process for creating an application which uses FTP is similar to how we created the Trading Partner with FTP above.