Kindly explain them that "finer FTP clients" have options to "fetch only newer files". This is quite useful during temporary network problems. So have a batch script that synchs files + QlikView loading local files + deleting local files. And during processing, store those files in a folder with tight security.
The alternative is to have QlikView processing FTP files for several hours, that a network glitch, than start QlikView reload from beginning. Delta load is no cure for recovering broken FTP errors during QlikView reload.
Generally this is faster as well. Depending on how large the data is you can also implement something like zip from the source, then copy locally, then unzip, process/load the files to QV and then delete the files. Though sometimes request from the customer stick so good luck
Hi thanks for the comments, but did not solve my problem, by definition of the business, I can not copy the source to local disk. I need to know is that this happens with QlikView to FTP and how to solve? for now does not evaluate the processing speed.