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SQL Server 2012 SSIS – Sending files using FTP Task


SQL Server 2012 SSIS – Sending files using FTP Task

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Can the task be configured to use SFTP?
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No, the FTP task cannot be used to establish a secure FTP connection.

Nevertheless, you can follow my blog on SFTP using SSIS here

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Raunak Jhawar (2/23/2012)
No, the FTP task cannot be used to establish a secure FTP connection.


I can't believe they didn't provide native support for this- does anyone at Microsoft actually have any real world experience that they are drawing from?
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No native SFTP support is really disappointing. We have been using the execute process task to run a vb.net program to perform the SFTP functionality, but it would have been nice for MS to include SFTP in the FTP task.

Nice, concise article though!

Thanks, George
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Nice article...thanks!

What's the implication of opening the connection each time in the FEL? Or is SSIS smart enough to keep the single connection open for the duration of the FEL? Is there a send multiples option?

Thanks...Chris
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The IS Engine would open connection fetch/send all data and close connection.

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The looping construct will take care of the "Send Multiple" File, as it loops over the source folder structure to get file(s).

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Nice post, though I didn't want to loop to send multiple files. Instead I added a script task to create an FtpClientConnection and passed a string array to the FtpClientConnection.SendFiles() method.
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Is this only available for SQL Server 2012?
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