The filegateway.properties file contains properties which control the operation of Sterling File Gateway.
substituting CUSTOM with the name of your Command Line 2 adapter. See Using Property Files in the Sterling B2B Integrator 5.2 Knowledge Center.
|ignoreFilenamex||Setting a regex pattern for this will cause any arrived file that matches your
regex pattern to be ignored by Sterling File Gateway.
This is useful for recognizing and ignoring temporary files sent by producers before they are renamed to the expected name. These will not be routed and are not considered failures.
Specify one or more file name patterns to ignore in the following format:
would have the effect of ignoring all files with an extension of .tmp.
Note: The regex pattern must match the file name in its entirety. Partial matches are not recognized.
|ftpClientAdapterName||The FTP Client Adapter instance or service group that the
FileGatewayDeliverFTP business process will use. Override this property in
customer_overrides.properties if a custom FTP Client Adapter instance must be used to contact
trading partners. You can also specify an adapter group name to load-balance outbound FTP sessions
across multiple adapter instances. Default is:
|Timeouts and sleep intervals that control how long Sterling File Gateway waits for every sub-business
process it invokes. These control the timeouts when a business process is executed synchronously
during routing. Used for consumer identification business processes and for PGP processing. Enables
one set of relatively quick probes followed by a second set of slower probes. The first set will be
very reactive, but consume more processor time. The second set will activate for longer-running
processes and will consume less processor time.
First probe 120 times with 100 Milliseconds between, for a total of 12 seconds. Default is:Then probe 600 times with 2000 Milliseconds between, for a total of 1200 seconds (20 minutes). Default is:
|pgpCmdline2svcname||The name of the Command Line 2 adapter to be used for PGP packaging and
unpackaging. Override this property in customer_overrides.properties if a custom Command Line 2
adapter must be used for PGP operations. You can also specify an adapter group name to load-balance
outbound PGP sessions across multiple adapter instances. Default
|fgRoutePGPCmdLineSocketTimeout||Timeout value, in milliseconds, for PGP package and unpackage operations invoked by Sterling File Gateway. Default value is 240000 milliseconds (4 minutes)|
Limits the number of File Gateway services that can be running concurrently. The services are split into two groups, and each group has this value as a limit. Therefore, there will be a maximum of two times the value of this property services running.
It is best to set this somewhat (but not too much) higher than the number of business process threads in queues 4 and 6 (these are the queues where the File Gateway Services run.) The default is 8. To change this value, set:
|required_si_build_ver||The build number (version) of Sterling B2B Integrator that Sterling File Gateway requires. This is checked at system start up. If the current version of Sterling B2B Integrator does not equal the required_si_build_ver, a warning is issued and the system is shut down. Required. Do not change or override this property.|
|FileGatewaySendMessageExtractBP (Sterling File Gateway V126.96.36.199, interim fix 8 and higher)||This property allows you to run an arbitrary business process when the
FileGatewaySendMessage system business process is run.
The arbitrary business process specified in the property is then executed as part of the FileGatewaySendMessage system business process.
Note: The arbitrary business process will be run inline irrespective of whether the route/delivery passes or fails.