mkdir process

The mkdir process creates a directory in an existing path on the remote server. The following table describes the process inputs for the FTP adapter with the mkdir process.

FTP adapter mkdir process inputs

Input

Description

Required

<adapter name>

Specifies the name of the adapter to use for this process

Default value: FTPActoradapter

No

<target>

Identifies the target defined in the FTP adapter configuration (in Grid Manager)

If you do not specify a value for this input, the first node in the adapter configuration is used.

No

<directory>

Indicates the existing path on the remote server and the name of the directory to be created

Yes

<host name>

Specifies the host name or the IP address of the remote host

This input applies to a dynamic target.

Conditional; required if a dynamic target is used

<port>

Specifies the port on which the remote host listens

This input applies to a dynamic target.

Default value: 23

Conditional

<user name>

Specifies the user name to be used for remote host authentication

This input applies to a dynamic target.

Conditional; required if a dynamic target is used

<password>

Specifies the password that corresponds to the user name provided

This input applies to a dynamic target.

Conditional; required if a dynamic target is used

<password encryption type>

Specifies the method of encryption used for the password provided

This input applies to a dynamic target.

Valid values: Base64, Plain (default)

Notes

  • If the <password-encryption-type> element is Base64, provide a Base64-encoded value.
  • If the <password-encryption-type> element is Plain, provide a value in plain text.

Conditional

<character set>

Specifies the name of the Character set used to encode or decode the characters

This input applies to a dynamic target and is required if a dynamic target is used. For example, Shift_JIS supports the Japanese character set and Big5 supports the traditional Chinese character set.

Default value: ISO-8859-2

No

The following table describes the process output parameter for the FTP adapter with the mkdir process.

FTP adapter mkdir process output

Output

Description

<adapter response>

Specifies the FTP adapter's response

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