• 10 Mar

    I have a load of FTP sites that customer upload to, difficult to manage

    Q: Have a request. I have a load of FTP sites that customer upload to and currently we have a Limagito move on each of those folders – we now have too many of them to manage. Am trying to cut these down to one move per group of users.

    So, if a file arrives in a folder ABCD the move will pick it up, report to the user that a file has arrived and place it in their User folders with an append to the name telling them that it arrive in folder ABCD. So customer called ABCD has uploaded a file named ‘my files to you’ to their folder called ABCD. The file(s) are picked up and moved to a new folder with and rename ‘ABCD-my files to you’. Pretty sure this is possible here. But have had bit of play around with it but its defeating me!!!

    A: So the FTP server has a root folder with 1 subfolder for each customer like

    D:\Root\CustomerA
    D:\Root\CustomerB
    D:\Root\CustomerC
    Limagito will scan D:\Root and will pickup files from subfolder CustomerA and move them to another folder with the prefix of CustomerA-filename.pdf
    Limagito will scan D:\Root and will pickup files from subfolder CustomerB and move them to another folder with the prefix of CustomerB-filename.pdf

    1.Please add the following ‘On Destination’ Pascal Script:
    LimagitoX File Mover Pascal Script

    Begin
      psExitCode:= 1;
      // ... add your code here
      psVSA := psStringReplace(psFilePath, psSourcePath, '');
      psVSA := psStringReplace(psVSA, '\', '');
    End.

    Limagito File Mover On Destination Pascal Script
    2. Add the following Destination File Renaming:

    Limagito File Mover File Renaming option
    Limagito File Mover File Renaming setup
    If you need any help with this ‘load of FTP sites’ request, please let us know.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team

    By Limagito Pascal Script WIN
  • 10 Mar

    Q&A 41: How to trigger powershell scripts using Limagito File Mover

    Q: We would like to know how to trigger powershell scripts using Limagito.

    A: Please have a look at the example we received from one of our users

    Command Line:

    cmd /c powershell.exe -NoLogo -NonInteractive -file “D:\Scripts\Extract_Logs.ps1”

    Important:

    When using Powershell as Command Line tool, please disable ‘Redirect Command Output to Log’ op (Advanced tab).

    Limagito File Mover Command output to log
    If you need any help with this ‘trigger powershell scripts’ request, please let us know.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team

     

    By Limagito Command
  • 07 Mar

    Q&A: How should I install Limagito File Mover

    Q: How should I install Limagito File Mover

    A: This depends on how our File Mover will be used. Most of the time users install our file mover as a service. The advantage is that the system, where our file mover is installed on, does not need to be logged on.

    • Installing Limagito File Mover as a Service
      • Very important:
        • Change the ‘logon as’ user of the File Mover Service to a user with sufficient rights!
        • The ‘logon as’ user should belong to the ‘Local Administrator’ group of the system where the service is installed on.
      • What should be running on your system when using our File Mover as Service:
        • LimagitoXS.exe = File Mover Service Engine doing all the work.
        • LimagitoXC.exe = File Mover Configuration Tool. You will use this shortly to import the License file and to install the File Mover Service Engine (and Web Remote Service = optional).
        • LimagitoXR.exe = File Mover Remote Tool. Will be used during configuration and monitoring. Don’t need to be running.
      •  What should NOT be running on your system when using our File Mover as Service:
        • LimagitoXA.exe = File Mover Application Engine. It’s even a good idea to remove the shortcut to the LimagitoXA.exe file.
      • What is optional:
        • LimagitoXW.exe = File Mover Web Remote Tool. This is our web based remote tool and can be installed using our Configuration Tool (LimagitoXC.exe). It’s a second service with an internal web server which gives you the possibility to control our File Mover using your browser.
      • Using a drive letter when using LimagitoX as a service

     

    • Installing Limagito File Mover as Application
      • What should be running on your system when using our File Mover as Application:
        • LimagitoXA.exe = File Mover Application Engine doing all the work.
        • LimagitoXC.exe = File Mover Configuration Tool. You will use this shortly to import the License file and optionally to install the File Mover Web Remote Service.
        • LimagitoXR.exe = File Mover Remote Tool. Will be used during configuration and monitoring. Don’t need to be running.
      •  What should NOT be running on your system when using our File Mover as Application:
        • LimagitoXS.exe = File Mover Service Engine.
      • What is optional:
        • LimagitoXW.exe = File Mover Web Remote Tool. This is our web based remote tool and can be installed using our Configuration Tool (LimagitoXC.exe). It’s a second service with an internal web server which gives you the possibility to control our File Mover using your browser.
    If you need any help with this ‘how should I install Limagito File Mover’ question, please let us know.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team

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