I’ve updated the Blogical SFTP Adapter previously released to codeplex by Mikael to include a couple of new features that have been requested and developed for or by customers or community.
The abaility to leave files on the source server and rename them instead of deleting them after get.
The ability to give a name, not only for the temp path but for the temp file, written to the source server through a send port, to be used for example when you want to directly to the destination folder and only want it to have it’s final name once fully written.
The ability to after you have put a file verify that it is really the same size (bytes) as the stream delivered to the adapter by BizTalk. This can be useful when you distrust the network or the receiving server, and causes a delete of the remote file and a following retry in BizTalk should the file sizes no match.
Read more and get the Blogical SFTP Adapter here.
With the above said, we are trying our best to react to requests and suggestions for improvement as well as direct bug reports. For minor or easily adjusted feature additions or bug fixes we are happy to help you right away. For major feature requests or custom development, we will try our best to make it happen, but things might be speedier if we set up a business arrangement around that, if you have such requirements. Please feel free to contact us, though all comments and suggestions should as a first option be posted on the discussions board of the Blogical SFTP Adapter at codeplex.