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Mass Ingestion File Source Folder for Connectors
Problem Description
The connection fails if "/" is incorrectly provided in the source folder path of connectors​ while configuring the connection properties.​​​
Cause
Solution
​Use mass ingestion file tasks to transfer many files of any file type between on-premises and cloud repositories. Create connections and use them in mass ingestion tasks. When you create a mass ingestion task, you select the source and target connections and specify which files to move from the source to the target.
When you configure the source for a connection, note that the use of slashes around the source folder path differs between connectors. Using slashes incorrectly will result in connection failures.

The following table lists the connectors  that you can use in a mass ingestion task and the use of slashes around the source folder path for each connector:​

Source Use of Slashes Around Folder Path​ Folder Path
Local_Linux ​Before and after the folder path. ​/<folder path>/
For example, /root/user/qa/test/automation/RSFiles
​Local_Windows ​None. ​<folder path>
For example, C:\user\qa\test\automation
​FTPV2 ​Before and after the folder path. ​/<folder path>/
For example, /root/user/qa/test/automation/RSFiles
​SFTPV2 ​Before and after the folder path. ​/<folder path>/
For example, /root/user/qa/test/automation/RSFiles
​FTPSV2 ​Before and after the folder path. ​/<folder path>/
For example, /root/user/qa/test/automation/RSFiles
​Amazon S3 V2 ​None. ​<folder path>
For example, t-shain-mum/user/qa/test/RSFiles
GCSV2​ ​None. ​<folder path>
For example, mibucketnew/user/files
​ADLS Gen1​ ​Before the folder path. /​<folder path>
For example, /MIQA/Automation
ADLS Gen2​ ​Before the folder path. ​/​<folder path>
For example, /B2B/MI
​Azure Blob ​None. ​<folder path>
For example, snowflakemi/MI

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Applies To
Product: Cloud Data Integration
Problem Type: Configuration
User Type: Administrator; Developer
Project Phase: Configure
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Last Modified Date:6/5/2020 4:46 AMID:625869
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