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alfonso

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Post by alfonso » Tue Nov 15, 2011 8:53 am
Is there a way to download files from a GoAnywhere HTTPS Service directly without having to use the web interface?

Something like:

GET https://goanywhere-server/user/inbound/file.txt

administrator

Site Admin
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Post by administrator » Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:49 am
In GoAnywhere Services 2.5.0 and higher you can provide links to users that will download specific files. The user would still need to authenticate but the link will take them to a simple interface where they can download the file specified in the URL.

The URL would look like the following:
https://[hostName][:portNumber]/webclient/download/[relativeFilePath][?u=userName]

[hostName] - This should be replaced with your domain or IP address for GoAnywhere Services.

[:portNumber] - If you are using an IP address and the Web Client is not using the default port 443.

[relativeFilePath] - This is the file path once the user logs in. If they have file.txt in their home directory the relativeFilePath would be 'file.txt'. If the file is in a subdirectory like 'outbound' the path would be 'outbound/file.txt'.

[?u=userName] - If you decide to pass in a user name the login page will only prompt the user for a password. Without this parameter the login will ask for user name and password.

Examples URLs:
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https://goanywhere-server/webclient/download/file.txt?u=userA
https://192.168.1.1:9443/webclient/download/outbound/file.txt

whittssg

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Post by whittssg » Wed Sep 21, 2016 9:33 am
Is there anyway to do this for an entire folder? So you pass in the folder name instead of a filename and all files within that folder start to download?

Thanks

Support_Rick

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Location: Phoenix, AZ

Post by Support_Rick » Wed Sep 21, 2016 9:55 am
Sorry, that isn't an option. It must be a relative or implicit path to the filename to download.
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