FTP
  • Files
  • Sharing
  • Data
  • Updates
  • Automate

FTP is a standard network protocol provided by TCP/IP used for transmitting the files from one host to another. Keep the data from your files synced between a remote computer and an app of your choosing.

Description

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It allows you to do sharing of files with a remote computer over the internet. You can access a remote computer that isn't a dedicated server through FTP protocol with credentials like IP address, username, password, and optionally a port as well. Using FTP, you can sync the data on any online app with files like Text and CSV present on a remote computer. This integration will keep reading your file periodically to keep the data up-to-date.

App Capabilities

Using our FTP integration, add the ability to your app to

  • Create and update contacts in accordance with a remote CSV file.

Triggers

A trigger is an event that starts from an app and sends data to other apps. For example: If your app is a Task Manager, a trigger can be 'Task Created'. We can then add another step like Push Message to Slack Channel or Create Google Calendar Event; both these steps will be triggered after the Task Created trigger.

Ftp Connect

Will execute handshake call

Actions

An action is a step we execute on the corresponding app. For example: In a task manager, an action can be to Create Task or Update Task. An action cannot be the first step in an integration, and it is started by Integry on another platform. For example, an integration could be to Create Tasks (an action on receiving app) from Slack Messages (trigger).

Ping Ftp server

call to ping ftp server

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