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Type of the connection to which the file listener listens.
Connection to which the file listener listens.
Path to the folder to which the file listener listens.
File listener can access files and directories on network shares with support for NFS and CIFS.
You can enter a relative path to the source file system. To enter a relative path, start the path with a period, followed by a slash (./). The path is relative to the source directory specified in the connection.
Determines the pattern of the file name to which the file listener listens. Select one of the following patterns:
File name pattern to which the file listener listens.
Check for files in sub-folders
Indicates whether the file listener checks for files in sub-folders under the folder to which it listens.
Determines the action the file listener must perform after the file listener listens to the events.
You can select the post action as
Deleteonly if the file pattern is an indicator file. Default is None.
The following connection types support the Post Action option:
Create an expression to add it as a folder path parameter. For more information, see Add Parameters.
Notify when file
Determines when the file listener must send notifications to the services that are registered to it:
You can select as many options as required.
Do not select the
Is Deletedoption if the
Stop checking if rules are met
The file listener stops listening to the folder when the listener rules are met. For example, if you configure the file listener to send notifications when the files in the folder to which it listens are deleted, the listener stops listening to the folder when the first event of file deletion occurs in the folder.
If this option is not selected, the file listener notifies the registered application on events and continues to listen for subsequent events.
Check File stability
The file listener verifies that the entire file is copied to the folder to which it listens before notifying the registered services.
Select this option if you transfer large files, where the process of writing the files to the folder is not instant.
Stability Check Interval
Time in seconds that a file listener waits to check for file stability. For example, if the stability time is 15 seconds, a file listener verifies the status of the file after every 15 seconds.
The stability check interval field is enabled only if you select the
Check file stabilityoption.
The stability check interval ranges between 10 seconds to 300 seconds. Default is 10 seconds.
Notify if files exist on the first run
When the file listener runs for the first time, it sends a notification if files exist in the folder to which it listens. The
Exclude events when the file listener is not runningoption is disabled when you select this option.
Exclude events when the file listener is not running
Determines if you want to exclude the file events that occur when a file listener is not running. The
Notify if files exist on the first runoption is disabled when you select this option.
Updated May 05, 2022