Transfers contents of one file or data stream into another. Source and target can be located on different platforms. Mass processing is supported.
The target file is created automatically if it does not already exist, as long as the parent exists. By default, if a file already exists its contents is overwritten. You can customize this behavior using the Existing Resource Handling attribute.
|Existing Resource Handling||Selection||Specifies how to handle conflicts with existing target resources.
Default value: Replace
|Source File [M]||I||File||References the source of the file transfer.|
|Target File [M]||I||File||References the target file of the file transfer.|
|Existing Resource Handling [O]||I||String||Specifies how to handle conflicts with existing target resources. Must be one of the following values:
The parameter is only available if the attribute Existing Resource Processing is set to From Parameter. See attribute description for more details.
The following combinations of input parameters with the Mass Processing attribute set to true or false are supported:
|Source File "Mass Processing"||Target File "Mass Processing"||Behavior|
|true||true||Mass transfer of all files. If the tool is called from a non-mass processing action only a single file is transferred.|
|false||true||Only a single file is transferred.|
|false||false||The single source file is transferred to multiple target files. The target files receive all the same content.|