Table of Contents


  1. Preface
  2. Introducing Administrator
  3. Organizations
  4. Licenses
  5. Ecosystem single sign-on
  6. SAML single sign-on
  7. Metering
  8. Source control and service upgrade settings
  9. Users and user groups
  10. User roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Runtime environments
  13. Serverless runtime environments
  14. Secure Agent services
  15. Secure Agent installation
  16. Schedules
  17. Bundle management
  18. Event monitoring
  19. File transfer
  20. Troubleshooting



SFTP server configuration properties

SFTP server configuration properties

For each runtime environment that uses the File Integration Service, you can configure an SFTP server to exchange files.
You configure SFTP server properties on the
SFTP Server
tab of the
File Server for agent
page. Configure the following types of properties:
  • General properties
  • Algorithms properties
  • Host keys properties
  • Upload restriction properties

General properties

The following table describes general SFTP server properties:
Enable SFTP Server
Whether to enable the SFTP server.
When not enabled, the SFTP server cannot receive or send files.
Default is disabled.
Port number for the SFTP server.
Default is 15002.
Local Address
Local IP address for the SFTP sever.
Enable SCP
Whether to use session control protocol (SCP) to create the connection.
Default is disabled.
Idle Timeout
Number of seconds that the connection is idle before is closes.
Default is 300.
Maximum Logins
Maximum number of users that can be logged in to the server concurrently.
Default is 500.
Login Failure Delay
Delay between failed login attempts, in seconds.
Default is 0.
Maximum Login Failures
Number of allowed login failures for a user.
Default is 5.
Welcome Message
Message to show when the connection to the server is established.

Algorithms properties

Enable the following algorithm types in the
section of the
SFTP Server
  • Cipher algorithms
  • Message Authentication Code (MAC) algorithms
  • Compression algorithms
  • Key exchange algorithms
When you configure the use of algorithms for SFTP file exchange, consider the following rules and guidelines:
  • You can move algorithms between the
    lists. The File Integration Service applies the algorithms that are listed in the
  • If no algorithms are selected for an algorithm type, the File Integration Service applies all the algorithms that are listed in the
  • The File Integration Service applies the algorithms in the order in which they are listed, from the top of the list to the bottom of the list. You can use the up and down arrows to change the order of the algorithms in list.

Host keys properties

The following table describes host keys properties:
RSA Key File Location
Location of the RSA host key file.
RSA Key Passphrase
Passphrase for the RSA key.
DSA Key File Location
Location of the DSA host key file.
DSA Key Passphrase
Passphrase for the DSA key.

Upload restrictions properties

You can specify the types of files to allow or deny in an SFTP file exchange. The following table describes the properties that control upload restrictions:
File Extension Filter Type
Whether to accept or deny the extensions in the File Extensions list.
Use one of the following values:
  • Do Not Filter. Accept all file types.
  • Accept. Accept files with the extensions listed in the File Extensions property.
  • Deny. Do not allow files with the extensions listed in the File Extensions property.
Default is
Do Not Filter
File Extensions
List of file extensions. Add the file extensions that correspond to the File Extension Filter Type. For example, to accept .csv and .txt files, in the File Extension Filter Type property, select
, and then add csv and txt to the list of file extensions.
To add an extension to the list, type the extension in the text box and click
To remove an extension from the list, highlight the extension and click Delete.
File Extension Case Sensitive
Whether to factor case when you filter using the file extensions list. When enabled, files with extensions that do not match the case used in the File Extensions list cannot be uploaded.
For example, if the file extension list includes csv but not CSV, files with the extension of csv can be uploaded but files with the extension of CSV cannot be uploaded.
Default is disabled.
Allow Files with No Extension
Whether to allow files that do not include the extension in the file name.
Default is disabled.
Allow Files with Extension
Whether to enable the file extension filter. When enabled, the file extension properties configured on this page determine which file types can be uploaded.
Default is enabled.

Updated October 29, 2020