Automatically save all your data on your FTPS server with the FTPS integration. The JSON file, images, and PDF reports are stored on the server in a structured manner.
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1. Add the Integration
Select the FTPS integration and click on Add.
2. Configure the integration
First of all, select the Protocol you want to use to connect to the server: FTPS, SFTP (beta) or FTP.
Then, fill in the URL to the Server without the protocol. Then fill in the Port number to your FTPS integration. See the notes, at the bottom of this post, to find the correct port.
Next, fill in the Path where the data should be stored. The path can include placeholders. If you want the data to be stored in the main folder, then only add a /. If you check the box to Put each registration in its own folder, MoreApp automatically appends ‘/customerId/form-name/serial-number’ to the remote path to make a unique path per registration. Enter your FTP username and FTP password.
Whenever you select the option ‘Disable SSL verification’, we will skip the SSL check. This can be useful when using a self-signed certificate.
Standardly MoreApp saves a JSON file with the registration data on the server. Next to that you can choose to also include the PDF report and Images. Also indicate whether or not to store PDFs that are generated for mails without a recipient.
Note: Only the PDF report can be sent to the FTPS server. You can not send your Excel or Word reports.
Once you finish with the configuration, click on Validate.
Note: By default, the JSON file of the submission gets the name “registration.json”. This name can not be configured. All the other files attached (images, PDF report, etc.) will use their configured filename.
3. Configure the email and PDF
Note: Add at least one recipient to your email configuration.
Click Save & Publish.
4. Fill in a form
Fill in a form to be able to see that a new folder will be generated with the data on your FTPS server.
FTP, FTPS and SFTP are supported. FTPS and SFTP are recommended since these are the most secure options.
By default, the port is set to 0. This means it will use the default port 21 for FTP, 990 for FTPS and 22 for SFTP
When using FTPS, we recommend using a valid SSL certificate signed by a known CA (Certificate Authority). If you insist on using a self-signed certificate, make sure to check “Disable SSL verification”.
Both implicit and explicit FTPS modes are supported.
If you use an IP-filter to restrict access to your FTP server, make sure to whitelist our IP: 126.96.36.199.
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