In Data Streams, after setting up your Data Source, you need to set your Data Destination block.
2. From the Data Connector drop down menu, choose FTP and click ‘Link’
3. Fill in the fields below with the appropriate information and select a connection type for your FTP credential.
The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) connection is a basic transfer, offers no security, does not take any precautions to protect information transmitted during a session.This includes your username, password, and any files transmitted.
The SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) connection is a secure replacement for FTP (File Transfer Protocol) based on the Secure Shell protocol.
The FTPS (FTP-SSL) connection is a real ftp that uses TSL/SSL to encrypt the control session and if required the data session. With FTPS the control session is always encrypted.
Credential, Destination folder, and Data Type
After linking your FTP account, you need to choose a credential from the Credential drop-down, a destination folder within your FTP and a format for your data (JSON or CSV).
Naming the stream
You can also choose a prefix for your stream to help you identify the data you just migrated. This prefix will be added to your file name.
Prefix_Granularity_Date Start.extension (csv or json, depending on your selection)
Stream ID_Granularity_Date Start.extension
Collate to single file feature
If the Collate to single file box is unchecked, the data will be transferred into separate files based on your granularity preferences.
If the Collate to single file box is checked, all the data will be added in one single file, regardless of your date preset option or granularity preferences.