07-24-2017 09:44 AM - edited 07-24-2017 09:44 AM
anybody managed to use clip zip ship and deliver the output to a DISTANT FTP server ?
I tried by mapping a network drive (not to a drive letter but with the option "Connect to a Web site that you can use to store ...") and by using a shortcut to the network drive without any success.
That resulted in both emails (acknowledge and link to download) sent but the file is not copied to the distant FTP. Process Monitor is showing success everywhere but the operation fails.
For now, the only solution would be to use ftp.exe with a scheduled task which is a very ugly solution.
Thanks for your help !
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08-08-2017 12:01 PM
There is a known issue regarding CZS output
AP-9535 Clip-Zip-Ship zip file is not configured correctly after changing output directory
Basically if you are trying to change the default CZS output directory, it will not work. The zip file was generated in the new network share location, that is good. But the problem is the IIS->Provisioning folder still points to the old default location. You have to manually correct the IIS virtual directory.
hope it helps.
08-17-2017 07:29 AM
the problem is that it's not possible to deliver the resulting .zip file to a distant ftp server. It's only possible on a local drive or UNC path but not on a distant FTP server (which can't be reached via UNC path).
I'll continue my research and tests.