Summary


This article describes the various destinations available for content delivery.


InfoBurst Portal
  • Path: Select the ellipsis button and select a portal folder
    • Use system macros to create a dynamic path
    • Group Name: The content group is a collection of files produced over time (versions). Specify a group name using static text or system macros.
    • Number of versions: Specify the number of content versions to retain
    • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros. Date/time macros are not recommended as files are automatically versioned by date/time when delivered to the portal.

See Also


Managing the InfoBurst Portal
Delivering to the InfoBurst Portal
InfoBurst Portal Delivery Scenarios
Using the InfoBurst Portal

Email Inbox

  • File Name (optional): Specify the attachment file name using static text or system macros
  • Select To, CC or BCC
    • Use a comma delimiter to include multiple email addresses in the To, CC, or BCC field in the resulting email
    • Use a semicolon delimiter with multiple email addresses to produce individually addressed emails
  • Select users from:
    • Data Source: Select the ellipsis button and select a data source
    • Entered Value: Enter an email address manually
    • InfoBurst Group: Select an user group
    • InfoBurst User: Select an user
  • Select the green plus button to add user selection to the Recipients list
  • Message: Enter a custom message
    • The message field supports simple HTML tags (example: <P>) for message formatting.

Empty Data Provider or Condition Fail Message
  • Empty Data Provider: With Empty Data Provider Option set to Notify email recipient, select this option to define message to be sent to email recipients in the event of an empty report data provider
  • Condition Fail Message: With a delivery condition enabled, select this option to define message to be sent to email recipients when the delivery condition is false
  • Subject/Message: Enter message subject and message

Zip Options
  • Zip Attachments: Select this option to compress attached files
  • Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to encrypt the .ZIP file
    • Allow macro as password: Select this option to supply customized password(s) using the extra column system macro
    • Requires WinZip 9 (or later) or Windows 10 (or later) to open

See Also


Intelligent Email Delivery

Email Delimiter Behavior


Network Share

  • Path: Select the ellipsis button and select a network share
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros
  • Replace: Uncheck this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name
 

Zip Options

  • Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to encrypt the .ZIP file
    • Allow macro as password: Select this option to supply customized password(s) using the extra column system macro
    • Requires WinZip 9 (or later) or Windows 10 (or later) to open

Authentication


Consult your InfoBurst administrator before supplying credentials. Network Share delivery uses the service account by default and does not require credentials.


SharePoint 

  • Platform: Select a SharePoint Platform
  • Custom: Select to define a SharePoint server not represented by a SharePoint Platform (not recommended)
    • Site: Provide SharePoint server URL (including sub-site)
    • Connection
      • User: Provide SharePoint username
      • Password: Enter SharePoint password
      • Use Forms Authentication: Select this option if SharePoint requires forms authentication
      • Use NTLMv2: Select this option if SharePoint requires NTLMv2 authentication
  • Path: Select the ellipsis button and select a sub-site and document library
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros
  • Check in on delivery: Select this option to deliver content with 'checked in' status where applicable
  • Comment: Add a comment to checked-in file (optional)

SharePoint Access 


A SharePoint account with Designer access or above must be used to deliver to a SharePoint document library.


Tableau Server
  • Platform: Select a Tableau Platform
    • Project: Enter a destination project
      • Project permissions must be set to Publish
    • Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros
  • Custom: Select to define a Tableau Server not represented by a Tableau Platform (not recommended)
    • URL: Enter the Tableau Server URL
    • Site ID: Enter a site ID
    • User: Enter a username
    • Password: Enter a password
    • Project: Enter a destination project
      • Project permissions must be set to Publish
    • Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros
  • Replace existing Tableau Data Extract: Uncheck this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


FTP Secure Server
  • Path: Enter a remote folder path
  • File Name (optional): Specify file name using static text or system macros
  • Overwrite Existing Files: Uncheck this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name
  • Transfer as: Set transfer mode
    • Available only when format is Delimited Text, Excel (CSV) or Plain Text


Connection

  • Server: Enter the FTP server address
  • Port: FTP port number
  • Ignore SSL Cert Errors: Select this option to ignore errors returned regarding SSL certificate
  • User: Enter a username
  • Password: Enter a password


Using Client Certificate

  • Store: Select certificate store type
  • Store Password: Enter certificate store password and select the green double arrow button
  • Certificate: Select a certificate type


Zip Options

  • Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to encrypt the .ZIP file
    • Allow macro as password: Select this option to supply customized password(s) using the extra column system macro
    • Requires WinZip 9 (or later) or Windows 10 (or later) to open


 Network Printer


SSH FTP Server
  • Path: Enter a remote folder path
  • File Name (optional): Specify file name using static text or system macros
  • Overwrite Existing Files: Uncheck this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Connection

  • Server: Enter the FTP server address
  • Port: FTP port number
  • User: Enter a username
  • Password: Enter a password

Zip Options

  • Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to encrypt the .ZIP file
    • Allow macro as password: Select this option to supply customized password(s) using the extra column system macro
    • Requires WinZip 9 (or later) or Windows 10 (or later) to open


 WebDAV Folder
  • Path: Enter a WebDAV URL
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros
  • Replace: Uncheck this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Zip Options

  • Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to encrypt the .ZIP file
    • Allow macro as password: Select this option to supply customized password(s) using the extra column system macro
    • Requires WinZip 9 (or later) or Windows 10 (or later) to open

Authentication


Consult your InfoBurst administrator before supplying credentials. WebDAV delivery uses the service account by default and does not require credentials.


 XI Server

Folder
  • Path: Select the ellipsis button and select a folder
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros
  • Replace: Uncheck this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name 
  • Categories: Select one or more XI categories to assign to delivered documents

Inbox

Instance
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text or system macros


Custom Command


This option is used for specialized delivery/publication requirements. A custom command is invoked to perform some sort of action on a file resulting from a delivery.

  • Command: Enter the UNC location and name of command file (example = \\computer\folder\command.bat)
  • Parameters: Enter any parameters required by the command program. Use %F to reference the temporary file path generated by the Burst.