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3. File Name: The first four characters of the file name that the Push
feature will assign to each "chunk" of data transferred from this unit.
For more information, please refer to Section 15.4.1. (Up to four
characters, Default = undefined.)
Note: If several different NetLink II units will be transferring data
to the same server, a unique file name should be assigned to each
unit. This will prevent data from the various units from overwriting
each other.
4. Directory: The server directory that will receive files sent from the
NetLink II. (Up to 48 characters, Default = undefined.)
Note: If several different NetLink II units will be transferring data
to the same server, a unique directory should be assigned to each
unit. This will prevent data from the various units from overwriting
each other.
5. File Mode: Determines whether NetLink will add new data to the
existing file, or overwrite the file each time new data is received. If
"Append" is selected, each data transfer will be added to the target
file on the server. If "Replace" is selected, each data transfer will
overwrite the target file. If the target file does not exist, then both
Append and Replace will create a new file. (Default = Append.)
Notes:
The File Mode cannot be set until the Push Action (Item 32) is
enabled/selected.
When the SFTP Push Action is selected, the File Mode is always
set to "Replace."
14. File Extension Increment: Enables/disables automatic sequential
numbering of file names created by the Push feature. When enabled,
NetLink II will append a sequentially numbered three digit file name
extension (000 to 999,) which will be incremented for each new file
created by a successful data transfer. (Default = Off.)
Notes:
The File Extension Increment option cannot be set until the Push
Action (Item 32) is enabled/selected.
When the SFTP Push Action is selected, the File Extension
Increment feature will always be enabled.
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