Summary


This article describes the various destinations available for content delivery. Destinations may vary based on selected Format.



Network Folder


  • Folder: Select the folder icon and select a network folder. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name
 
Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)


Zip Options

  • Zip Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to protect the .ZIP file. Select Use Macro to supply customized password(s) using the Extra Column macro. Password plus AES encryption requires third-party program to open (WinZip or WinRAR).

Authentication


Do not configure network credentials unless advised by your InfoBurst administrator. Network Folder delivery uses the service account by default and does not require credentials.



Email


Add Recipient(s)

  • Select the + icon to add recipients
  • File Name (optional): Specify the attachment file name using static text or system macros
  • Select To, CC or BCC
    • Use a semicolon delimiter with multiple email addresses to produce individually addressed email messages
    • Use a comma delimiter to include multiple email addresses in the To, CC, or BCC field in the resulting email message
  • Select a Recipient type:
    • Data Source: Select a Data Source
    • Entered Value: Enter an email address or Data Source Extra Column
    • InfoBurst Group: Select an user group
    • InfoBurst User: Select an user
  • Select OK
  • Select Save button


File Name (optional)


Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros


Message (optional)


Enter a message using static text and/or Macros. The message field supports simple HTML tags (example: <P>) for message formatting.


Zip Options

  • Zip Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to protect the .ZIP file. Select Use Macro to supply customized password(s) using the Extra Column macro. Password plus AES encryption requires third-party program to open (WinZip or WinRAR)




InfoBurst Portal


  • Portal Folder: Select the folder icon and select a portal folder. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • File Set Name (optional): The file set is a collection of files produced over time (versions). Specify a file set name using static text and/or Macros.
  • Versions: Specify the number of content versions to retain
 
Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)


See Also


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


SharePoint 


  • Platform: Select a SharePoint Platform
  • Ad-hoc:Select to define a SharePoint server not represented by a SharePoint Platform (not recommended)
    • SharePoint Site URL: Enter site URL (e.g. https://mysharepoint/mysite)
    • User: Provide SharePoint username
    • Password: Enter SharePoint password
    • Access: SharePoint user must have Designer access or above
  • Document Library: Select the folder icon and select a Document Library. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)



Tableau Server


  • Platform: Select a Tableau Platform
  • Ad-hoc: Select to define a Tableau server not represented by a SharePoint Platform.(not recommended)
    • Tableau Site URL: Enter server URL
    • Tableau Site Name: Enter a site name 
    • User: Enter Tableau username
    • Password: Enter Tableau password
    • Access: User must have Site Administrator access to deliver to Tableau Server.
  • Project: Select the folder icon and select a Project. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message



Power BI Server


  • Platform: Select a Power BI Platform
  • Workspace: Select the folder icon and select a Workspace. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to define a Workspace.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Update: Un-check this option to avoid updating an existing Dataset


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message



SAP BusinessObjects Folder


  • Platform: Select an SAP BusinessObjects Platform
  • Folder: Select the folder icon and select a folder. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)



SAP BusinessObjects Inbox


  • Add a Recipient
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros


SAP BusinessObjects Instance


  • Instance Name (optional): Specify an instance name using static text and/or Macros


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)



FTP


  • Server: Enter the FTP server URL
  • Folder: Enter the target FTP folder name. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • User: Enter FTP user name
  • Password: Enter FTP password
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)


Zip Options

  • Zip Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to protect the .ZIP file. Select Use Macro to supply customized password(s) using the Extra Column macro. Password plus AES encryption requires third-party program to open (WinZip or WinRAR). 



Secure FTP


  • Server: Enter the FTP server URL
  • Folder: Enter the target FTP folder name. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • User: Enter FTP user name
  • Password: Enter FTP password
  • Client Certificate: Select SSL certificate (if applicable)
    • Target certificate must be installed in the Personal > Certificates store. See your Windows Server administrator for information about obtaining and installing an SSL certificate.
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)


Zip Options

  • Zip Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to protect the .ZIP file. Select Use Macro to supply customized password(s) using the Extra Column macro. Password plus AES encryption requires third-party program to open (WinZip or WinRAR). 



FTP SSH


  • Server: Enter the FTP server URL
  • Folder: Enter the target FTP folder name. Select the M icon to optionally use Macros to create a dynamic path.
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • User: Enter FTP user name
  • Password: Enter FTP password
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)


Zip Options

  • Zip Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to protect the .ZIP file. Select Use Macro to supply customized password(s) using the Extra Column macro. Password plus AES encryption requires third-party program to open (WinZip or WinRAR). 



 WebDAV Folder


  • WebDAV URL: Enter a WebDAV URL
  • File Name (optional): Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • User (optional): Enter WebDAV user name
  • Password (optional): Enter WebDAV password
  • Replace: Un-check this option to avoid replacing an existing file with the same name


Notification


Optionally send a notification to inform users of the delivery and include a link to the content.

  • Add a recipient
  • Add a message
  • Include Content Link (optional)


Zip Options

  • Zip Name: Specify a file name using static text and/or Macros
  • Password (optional): Supply a password to protect the .ZIP file. Select Use Macro to supply customized password(s) using the Extra Column macro. Password plus AES encryption requires third-party program to open (WinZip or WinRAR). 

Authentication


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



 Printer


Send content to a network printer.



Custom


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). Service account must have execute access on command file.
  • Parameters (optional): Enter any parameters required by the command program. Use %F to reference the temporary file path generated by the Burst.



See Also


Formats