How can I create an Automated Job to import data from FTP?

How can I create an Automated Job to import data from FTP?

To create an Automation job for importing data from FTP follow these steps:

  1. Go to the automated job section.
  2. Click Add then specify a name and start/end date for the job and click Next..
  3. Select the File drop trigger from the triggers in the left panel.
  4. Click to configure on the file drop trigger and specify the FTP user and directory where you will be uploading the files through FTP.
  5. Specify the file headers and click OK.
  6. From the actions panel select data space update to update the table with your data.
Note: File headers are basically columns in your file and their sequence doesn't matter.

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