Replies posted by Alan Gillespie
Hello dsj, An interesting bit of code but unfortunately this originates from a pl/sql program call initiated by RMB and not an actual event. This was plagiarised from code by an IFS consultant to output a csv file for an external system. I can create a csv file on the server but I was hoping to be lazy and e-mail the user.
It looks OK. Check to ensure no trailing spaces and the sftp_knownhosts file was created with the host, username and password as entered on this screen. Opened in notepad is should start with the destination then the encryption method (i think) followed by lots of what is I assume an encrypted string containing something - possible 200-400 characters ( repository.jehall.co.uk ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADA). I presume that putting these details into something like filezilla connects with no trouble.
Hello Mike, We are currently on Upd14 waiting for IFS to fix some WIP problems before we move to Upd17 ready for the new version of Oracle. The parameter screen was mainly copy & paste between the reader & writer SFTP_READER1 Integration SERVERAUTH_KNOWNHOSTS TypeText C:\IFS\sftp_knownhosts SFTP_TEST Integration SERVERAUTH_KNOWNHOSTS TypeText C:\IFS\sftp_knownhosts
Thanks Damith Like the SFTP Reader the java code ran and connected as expected. However the ManagedServer Log in J2EE has an interesting error when trying to run the IFS SFTP Sender - . [Error GUID:084152be-54cb-4737-8725-cd474908ab47] 2020-04-20 11:36:35,419 66 WARNING [Integration] ifs.fnd.tc.framework.xml.XMLUtil.getEncoding(): [B@562416b7 ifs.fnd.base.SystemException: Route Address Tester not exist in Foundation configuration at ifs.fnd.tc.framework.config.Config.<init>(Config.java:105) at ifs.fnd.tc.framework.Instance.<init>(Instance.java:38) at ifs.fnd.tc.framework.ConnectFramework.getReader(ConnectFramework.java:285) Would I be correct in assuming that IFS have not installed all the relevant code or is this a hidden chargeable extra ? Full extract of log attached
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