XSL Transformations on remote files

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XSL Transformations on remote files

Hi All,

 

I am trying to do the following in TOS for DI:

 

- connect to an SFTP server

- perform XSL transformation on a remote file on the SFTP server (specifying remote path in tXSLT component)

- save the output file from transformation to the SFTP server (in same location as original file)

 

Though I specified the remote file path in the tXSLT component it expects the file to be located in my default workspace.folder (when executing the job). My question is: can the tXSLT component be used to specify a remote input file and create a remote output file? If not what are the alternatives?

 

Thanks


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Community Manager

Re: XSL Transformations on remote files

Hi
The component does not support remote file path, you need to get the file to local system, perform XSL transformation and put the output file to SFTP server.

Regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business

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Community Manager

Re: XSL Transformations on remote files

Hi
The component does not support remote file path, you need to get the file to local system, perform XSL transformation and put the output file to SFTP server.

Regards
Shong
----------------------------------------------------------
Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business

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