Lets consider following code for HTTP task:
{% json upload_options %}
"fileName": "user_provided_photo.png",
"multipart": {{request.files.["user-file"] | default: "" | json }},
"public": false
{% endjson %}
{% assign file_result = upload_options | file %}
{% json ftp_params %}
"mode": "upload",
"host": "",
"user": "[email protected]"",
"password": "pass123",
"file": {{file_result.fileName | json }},
"fileName": "ftp_file.png",
"path": "/",
"port": 21
{% endjson %}
{% assign ftp_result = ftp_params | ftp %}
In above code we define some upload_options. Parameters are:
  • fileName - under this name your file will be saved in the storage
  • multipart - this parameter tells that the expected file source is multipart. For files with url source it would be replaced with url and for content files with content.
  • public - optional parameter. When set to true your result object will contain an url to your file. With this url everyone can access your upload.
Our file_result will contain fileName parameter (if upload is successful). This is next used in ftp filter options to specify file in your storage and upload it to an FTP.
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