File Deploy Job - General
The General panel lets you provide information that identifies a File Deploy Job. It also lets you identify the source and destination of the files copied in a File Deploy job.
Optional descriptive text.
Folder in which to store the object.
Use the Source list to identify the files and directories you want to deploy. The files and directories you specify appear in the Source list. To specify additional files and directories, do any of the following:
Preserve source file paths
To preserve source file paths, check Preserve source file paths.
For Destination, enter the path of the location to which you want to copy files or directories. You can type a path or click Browse to select a destination.
If you checked Preserve source file paths in the previous step, you should probably enter / for Destination. Specifying a destination other than / means that the system preserves the paths of the files and directories you are deploying and recreates those paths relative to the destination directory you specify. For example, if you are copying /etc/hosts and your destination directory is /tmp, the hosts file is copied to /tmp/etc/hosts.
Number of targets to process in parallel
Choose one of the following options:
Set execution override
Select if this job should always execute as if your current role and user are scheduling the job. After you click this option, the job definition shows the role:user combination under which the job executes.
Clear execution override
Remove an existing execution override.