Upload Remote File
This task allows you to upload a file to a remote server.
The connection to the remote server, see Connecting to a Remote Server for details.
The file you want to upload, including the full path if it's not in the working directory.
The output location and name for the file, if not specified will default to file name.
The path to the remote directory e.g.
Set to true to rename the file even if the new file name already exists on the remote server.
True to have a timestamp added to the filename during the upload based on the Timestamp Format provided. Defaults to
The number of times to retry the upload should it fail. Defaults to
Temporary Import Settings > Setting
You can choose to upload to a temporary file and have the file renamed once the transfer is complete.
- NotEnabled - will upload directly to the output file location
- TemporaryFile - will upload to the remote directory using the specified extension, and rename to the output file once complete
- TemporaryDirectory - will upload to the temporary directory specified, and move to the remote directory once complete
Temporary Import Settings > Temporary Directory
The relative directory to use when importing temporary files, required if using
Temporary Import Settings > Temporary File Extension
The file extension to use when importing as a temporary file, required if using
Used to control the format of the timestamp to prepend to file names if the setting is enabled. Defaults to