• 15 Sep

    Moving file to multiple destinations

    We got the following question recently:

    hello, i am currently running 10.206.20.0. i have a rule that move file to an external ftp destination and also a unc path. if the ftp destination is not available the rule fails to move the file to it but keeps trying to send to the unc path. these means that the same file is sent many times to the unc destination. this keeps happening until the ftp site come back. is there a way to configure the rule to stop this behaviour? thanks robert

    Our reply:¬†Please enable ‘Destination Memory’ in your Function Setup.

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    This option will solve the issue because our file mover will remember which destination failed and will not move the file to the destination(s) that was(were) successful.

     

    The feedback afterwards from robert was even better.

    thanks very much, another option i didn’t know about. :-}
    love the product
    robert

     

     

  • 13 Sep

    How do I get multiple files and folders to zip into a single zip file?

    This is a question we often get from users. It isn’t possible to do this in version X (at least not in a decent way). That’s why we decided to add this in version XI (starting from v11.9.13.0).

    The (UN)ZIP Destination Setup Form where you select ‘ZIP’ and your destination directory of the zipped files.

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    Next screenshot is taken from the ‘ZIP’ tab. Here you can choose between zipping to seperate files or to a single destination file. The default is to seperate files so we are compatible with previous versions. When zipping to a single destination file is selected then the option below will be used. This option is called the ‘Single destination zip filename’. This is the destination filename that will contain all files found during a single scan. We’ve add a parameter button on the right so you can use variables in this filename (NN = minutes and ZZZ = milliseconds).

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    We’ve also added a new advanced option (‘Advanced’ Tab). Now you can choose whether to use renaming with the destination zip filename (=default) or renaming of the files in the zip file. So now you can rename the source files found during a scan inside the destination zip file.

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    Regards,

    Limagito Team

     

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