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flottmen
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NPrinting 18.29.9.0 FTP Delivery

I am running NPrinting version 18.x and I am having trouble finding help for this issue for versions after 16.x.  I need to configure NPrinting to deliver reports to a remote FTP server.  Is this possible?  Seems like something I should be able to to with a Custom Destination but I can't seem to get it to work.

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Daniel_Jenkins
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Support

Hi,
Unfortunately FTP support is one of the feature gaps (between 16.x & 17.x/18.x) that are yet to be filled. You can see a list towards the bottom of this page: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/November2018/Content/NPrinting/Introduction/Introduction.htm

HTH - Daniel.

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Daniel_Jenkins
Support
Support

Hi,
Unfortunately FTP support is one of the feature gaps (between 16.x & 17.x/18.x) that are yet to be filled. You can see a list towards the bottom of this page: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/November2018/Content/NPrinting/Introduction/Introduction.htm

HTH - Daniel.

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flottmen
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Contributor
Author

Disappointing but fair enough.

Any idea when it might be added back in?

Daniel_Jenkins
Support
Support

Sorry I have no information on when this will be implemented. I have added a comment and linked this discussion to an existing internal "feature request" on this topic. I will update this thread if I get more information.

HTH - Daniel.
flottmen
Contributor
Contributor
Author

Thanks, Daniel.

pumpkin_power
Contributor III
Contributor III

I need this urgently as well
Stephen_Jasionowski

FTP support is not currently on the roadmap. This can change in the future but it is not planned at the moment.

In the meantime, I suggest saving the reports to a folder and using a 3rd party utility to upload to FTP.