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SFTP Server Adapter support of file attribute changes

We are rolling out an implementation of Sterling B2B Integrator as our managed file transfer solution to allow our customers to transfer data to us that we can then process for them in our Telecom Expense Management solution.

We have come up against a serious problem for some customers who are using Cisco Call Manager to send files to our Sterling B2B server using the SFTP protocol. The Cisco Call Manager application is attempting to change the file attributes of the uploaded files and is causing an error within the B2B SFTP server adapter
and breaking the file transfer, the customer's application log tracing
shows the following errors :

2013-11-12 21:37:27,704 ERROR [Thread-10] s
ftpapi.ftpClient
(
ftpClient.

java:473) - SFTP error in transferring file to another machine.
2013-11-12 21:37:27,704 ERROR [Thread-10] s
ftpapi.ftpClient
(
ftpClient.

java:474) - com.maverick.sftp.SftpStatusException:
This server does not support operations to modify file attributes.
2013-11-12 21:37:27,705 ERROR [Thread-10] s
ftpapi.ftpClient
(
ftpClient.

java:493) - Exception while sending files: com.maverick.sftp.

SftpStatusException:

This server does not support operations to modify
file attributes.

We are running B2B Integrator version 5.2 with build 5020401 on linux.
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  • Dec 19 2017
  • Uncommitted Candidate
What is the idea priority? Urgent
DeveloperWorks ID DW_ID50958
RTC ID RTC_ID421335
Link to original RFE http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=50958
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