New: Universal File Mover v1.1.0

Capitalware is pleased to announce the release of Universal File Mover v1.1.0. It is a free open source project.

Universal File Mover is more than a simple tool to manage the transfer of files. It allows the user to combine business processes into a workflow. The user combines a series of Action commands to create the UFM Workflow XML file. UFM is supported on AIX, HP-UX, IBM i (OS/400), Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris and Windows.

    Changes:

  • Added Actions element to the MQReceive action
  • Added ReplyToQName element to MQ element in the Global section
  • Added ReplyToQName element to MQ element for MQSend action
  • Fixed a bug for Delete and Touch actions when they fail and onErrorFail is N
  • Fixed a bug for MQSend action where it was requiring the file to exist at the start of the UFM Workflow
  • Fixed a bug for Status queue manager name not being tokenized

For more information on Universal File Mover, please go to:
http://www.capitalware.com/ufm_overview.html

Regards,
Roger Lacroix
Capitalware Inc.

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2 Responses to New: Universal File Mover v1.1.0

  1. bhaskar says:

    We have business requirement to transfer file from my company to external clients. We have multi hope MQ setup between external clients to my company. It will be help full if someone can guide me how to setup UFM in multi-hope MQ. Also, is it possible to monitor UFM installed on the external client server?

  2. Hi,

    > We have multi hope MQ setup between external clients to my company.

    You don’t need to do anything special in UFM, if you setup MQ correctly.

    > It will be help full if someone can guide me how to setup UFM in multi-hope MQ.

    As noted on the web site, Universal File Mover is licensed under Apache License 2. It is free to use but support is not included. A support license may be purchased.

    > is it possible to monitor UFM installed on the external client server?

    Sure.

    Regards,
    Roger Lacroix
    Capitalware Inc.