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Status Not under consideration
Workspace DataPower Gateway
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 26, 2022

Chunked mode support for SFTP Handler

We require support for Chunked mode support for SFTP Handler in order to support SAP client that using this chunked mode and sending large files via MPGW Proxy type.

The SAP internal team explains:
The difference between normal session and chunk session is that in normal session the file is transferred in one go with
is transferred in one go with put and in chuck session the same file is divided into chunks and then transferred with mput

SAP chuned mode refence:

Idea priority Urgent
  • Admin
    Mar 31, 2023

    We will continue to monitor this area to see if there is added interest, however at this time we have not seen a large need for enhanced SFTP capabilities.