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Under the Configuration tab of the Flow Endpoint Editor multiple options are available.

Enable - allows you to Enabled or Disable a Flow Endpoint

Flow Endpoint Name * Displays the name of the Flow Endpoint which you can define or change.

Organization Endpoint Name - Display the name of the Organization Endpoint

Type - Displays the Endpoint type.

Code - Displays the Endpoint code

Filename Filters

If required, you can configure Filename Filters by specifying if files should be Include(d) and/or Exclude(d).

You can only use Regular Expressions here. 

Filename Filters are available for all source and target flow endpoints.

Date Filters

External and Node endpoint types can be configured to include files only within set date ranges.

Options are Include on or before a date, Include on or after a date, and Include on and between two dates.

Delete files from source after pull - enabling this option will permanently delete the files from the source after they have been pulled.

Include Subfolders - Option to include or ignore subfolders. They are ignored by default. Enabling this option will allow Thru to include subfolders located in the source folder to also be scanned for new or changed files to also be pulled

Archive on Source

Archive on Source - Files are moved to the given directory after being picked up. In the case of an archive filename collision, a timestamp will be added to the archive filename.

(by default the path specified in the Source Server Archive Path field is excluded from the DirList operation - including any subfolders underneath that path.)

Source Server Archive Path * - If archive on source is enabled a path for the archived files is required

Endpoint Paths

Flow Endpoint Paths - Enter the remote path to or from which you would like files and folders transferred, starting after the folder/directory your remote user lands in upon authentication.

For example: if the remote server has a folder structure folderA/folderB/folderC, and the user credentials that you have configured your sync server to log in with automatically land that user inside folderA, then to properly configure your sync folder behavior to transfer files to or from folderC, you would enter the path as folderB/folderC.

Note - add any notes for this configuration.

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