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Tectia MFT Events 6.2.1 was released 30 June 2011. It is the first public release of MFT Events in the 6.2.x series.

asked Jul 01 '11 at 16:00

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edited Jul 04 '11 at 10:57

We have been working hard behind the scenes to increase the reliability and performance of Tectia MFT Events. These major architectural restructurings may not be visible on the screen, but they make life of the FT operators easier.

What is immediately visible to users, however, is the updated user interface, now it proudly presents the new brand colors of Tectia Corporation. As you may already know our company name was changed from SSH Communications Security Tectia Corporation, and the brand was modernized to reflect the change.

New Features in 6.2.1:

New actions to control the flow of events

  • Conditional Actions for building dependencies between actions

  • Action Blocks for defining complex action chains in one event

  • Controls for events behaviour in case of an error - whether to ignore an action ending in error or to stop the event execution.

Enhancements to existing features:

  • Pending events can now be viewed and aborted

  • Wildcard usage in file transfer configurations has been enchanced

  • An option for disabling creation of empty directories has been added to the file transfer action.

See also Tectia MFT Events 6.2.1 Release Notes


answered Jul 01 '11 at 16:04

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