Supports Expression Language: true (will be evaluated using flow file attributes and variable registry)
|Domain||Domain||The domain used for authentication. Optional, in most cases username and password is sufficient.|
|Username||Username||The username used for authentication. If no username is set then anonymous authentication is attempted.|
|Password||Password||The password used for authentication. Required if Username is set.|
Sensitive Property: true
|Create Missing Directories||Create Missing Directories||false||If true, then missing destination directories will be created. If false, flowfiles are penalized and sent to failure.|
|Share Access Strategy||Share Access Strategy||none|
- read, delete
- read, write, delete
|Indicates which shared access are granted on the file during the write. None is the most restrictive, but the safest setting to prevent corruption.|
|Conflict Resolution Strategy||Conflict Resolution Strategy||replace||Indicates what should happen when a file with the same name already exists in the output directory|
|Batch Size||Batch Size||100||The maximum number of files to put in each iteration|
|Temporary Suffix||Temporary Suffix||A temporary suffix which will be apended to the filename while it's transfering. After the transfer is complete, the suffix will be removed.|
- SMB 2.0.2
- SMB 2.1
- SMB 3.0
- SMB 3.0.2
- SMB 3.1.1
|The SMB dialect is negotiated between the client and the server by default to the highest common version supported by both end. In some rare cases, the client-server communication may fail with the automatically negotiated dialect. This property can be used to set the dialect explicitly (e.g. to downgrade to a lower version), when those situations would occur.|
|Use Encryption||use-encryption||false||Turns on/off encrypted communication between the client and the server. The property's behavior is SMB dialect dependent: SMB 2.x does not support encryption and the property has no effect. In case of SMB 3.x, it is a hint/request to the server to turn encryption on if the server also supports it.|
|success||Files that have been successfully written to the output network path are transferred to this relationship|
|failure||Files that could not be written to the output network path for some reason are transferred to this relationship|
|filename||The filename to use when writing the FlowFile to the network folder.|
Writes Attributes: None specified.
State management: This component does not store state.
Restricted: This component is not restricted.
Input requirement: This component requires an incoming relationship.
System Resource Considerations:None specified.
GetSmbFile, ListSmb, FetchSmb