File Transfer Integration flow with Websphere Cast Iron

How to integrate file transfer with Cast Iron

Step 1: Create or start your ftp server (in this case I just use FileZilla Server)

Step 2: In your file server create a user or role and specify the permissions of the user and some username and password

Step 3: Create an FTP endpoint by specifying:

  • FTP Host Name
  • FTP Port Number
  • FTP Username
  • FTP Password

Step 4: Test the connection by clicking on the ‘Test Connection’ button.

Step 5: Create your FTP integration flow

In this flow we will be moving Files from a Cloud Server to a local user machine

Step 6: Specify the folder of the file from origin to destination

Step 7. Test the integration flow by dropping a file into the origin folder and see if it has been move to the destination folder.

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    8 Comments on “File Transfer Integration flow with Websphere Cast Iron

    1. The CastIron ver6.0 does not have the “Configure” -> “File Named” as shown in your picture. however it is deferred to the “Map Inputs” button and it is a little difficult to understand how to configure.

      I was wondering if you could update your site to show how to configure putting the file in the “Map Inputs” section.
      It has something like “Design/Test” and not straightforward.

      Appreciate an update to your site.

      Shashi

    2. Hi Sam, thanks for the update I have not played with ver6.0. Can you maybe send me the new screenshots and I will update my blog?That will be a great help mate!Thanks in advance!

    3. I don’t think I can upload images in this page. Is it possible to share an email so that I can send the snapshots across.

    4. Nice blog here! Also your web site loads up very fast!
      What host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to your host?
      I wish my website loaded up as quickly as yours lol

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