SFTP Create File Connector - Add a switch to disable the required filestamp return after a file is uploaded.
SFTP Create File - Add a switch to disable the required files timestamp return after a file is uploaded.
When uploading to highly secure targets (in my case, several benefit providers that are locked down due to HIPPA) login credentials are often not able to read on the target directory OR the file is moved instantly from the uploading directory to a secure inner processing site.
This type of setup causes an error to be returned in Logic Apps even if the file is successfully transferred.
This is because the current design is that the connector reads the file metadata right after creating to make an appropriate response according to the CreateFile contract. Specifically the file timestamp must be returned, and this property is grabbed from metadata after the file creation.
This can obviously not be accomplished in the scenario(s) described above. The metadata cannot be read / returned on the locked down target so Logic Apps returns a file property error.
I would like a switch or configuration option added that turns off this required read request.
Vladimir Prokoudine commented
Same problem here, any progress on the topic?
This is also an issue on the regular file connector
I am having the same issue.
How is the status of this idea? Is anyone planning to develop this in Logic App?
David GROSPELIER commented
Please do the same for the FTP connector.
I am having the exactly same issue. I am able to successfully upload my files onto the SFTP server, however, the SFTP site immediately moves the file to another location. Hence the Logic App is returning an error, even though the file was successfully uploaded.
Did you find a workaround for this issue?