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Copying file from source folder before moving the file through the pip

Copying file from source folder before moving the file through the pip

Copying file from source folder before moving the file through the pip

Hi all,

Total newbie here so please don't shoot!

I am looking at my first project and am stuck on this issue.  I have been ableto successfully create the schema, map, orchstrate and deploy my biztalk project to connect to an ftp server and receive a xml file and then map the contents to send to a SQL server.  My next requirement is to copy the file in its raw format to another file location in the domain (not local computer) before the file goes through the pipeline within biztalk.  Is this possible?  

I have looked at the receive location properties and can see that you can execute some ftp commands before the GET command is run but I have looked and I am unable to copy the file to a domain location (from what I can tell).

Would this be your suggestion to try or would you do it some other way?

Many thanks for reading this and your thoughts are most welcome.



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