Hi, Well it depends on what you mean by copy data. BizTalk is a destructive process by design, so if the FTP adapter picks up a file from your server, it’s going to delete it. Now, to make this happen, you can do it in several ways. The first way would be to use just a Content Based Routing solution. I think this is going to be the way you want to go because you said you don’t want to do any proessing on the file. What you need to do is setup a Receive Location/Port and specify the transport type to be FTP. Then click the … button next to the Address box to fill in the necessary details for your FTP server.
Next, you need to create a Send Port so these FTP files that BizTalk picks up have somewhere to go, and you need to subscribe this Send Port to your Receive Location you created. To do that, in your Send Port properties,click on the Filters and Maps setting, and click on the Filter subsetting. Change the Property column to BTS.ReceivePortName, make sure the Operation is set to ==, and for the Value type in the name of your Receive Port (make sure you enter the Receive Port name and not the Receive Location name!).
Hope this helps! Bob
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