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    DevOps Deploy (HCL Launch)
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    Type
    plugin
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    Compatibility
    HCL Launch version 7.0 or later
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    Created by
    HCL Software
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    Published Date
    May 31st, 2021
    Last Updated
    May 16th, 2023

    Description

    The zOS FTP plugin automates the importing of hierarchical file system (HFS) artifacts from another z/OS logical partition (LPAR).

    Quick Info

    Product icon
    Product
    DevOps Deploy (HCL Launch)
    Plugin type icon
    Type
    plugin
    Compatibility icon
    Compatibility
    HCL Launch version 7.0 or later
    created by icon
    Created by
    HCL Software
    Website icon
    Website
    Published Date
    May 31st, 2021
    Last Updated
    May 16th, 2023

    launch-zos-ftp-1.1100685.zip

    Uploaded: 16-Mar-2021 11:45

    Summary

    The z/OS FTP plugin includes a step related to import hierarchical file system (HFS) artifacts from another z/OS logical partition (LPAR).

    This plugin includes one or more steps, click Steps for step details and properties.

    Compatibility

    This plugin requires HCL Launch version 7.0 or later.

    This plug-in run on any agents that the HCL Launch server supports.

    Installation

    See Installing plugins in HCL Launch for installing and removing plugins.

    History

    The following table describes the changes made in each plugin version.

    Plugin history details
    Version Description
    1 Initial release.

    Usage

    Step palette

    To access this plugin in the palette, click Utilities > zOS FTP.

    Steps

    The following process steps are available in the FTP Utility plugin.

    FTP Artifacts

    Load artifacts from a remote repository using FTP.

    Input properties for the FTP Artifacts step
    Name Type Description Required
    Directory Offset String The working directory to use when running the command. This directory is relative to the current working directory. Yes