SFTP (password-based auth)

Interact with an SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) Server using a username and password for auth

Integrate the SFTP (password-based auth) API with the Data Stores API

Setup the SFTP (password-based auth) API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the Data Stores API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate SFTP (password-based auth) and Data Stores remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Add or update a single record with Data Stores API on New Remote Directory Watcher from SFTP (password-based auth) API
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Add or update multiple records with Data Stores API on New Remote Directory Watcher from SFTP (password-based auth) API
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Delete a single record with Data Stores API on New Remote Directory Watcher from SFTP (password-based auth) API
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Delete All Records with Data Stores API on New Remote Directory Watcher from SFTP (password-based auth) API
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Get all records with Data Stores API on New Remote Directory Watcher from SFTP (password-based auth) API
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New Remote Directory Watcher from the SFTP (password-based auth) API

Emit new events when files get created, changed or deleted from a remote directory. See the docs

 
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Add or update a single record with the Data Stores API

Add or update a single record in your Pipedream Data Store.

 
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Upload String as File with the SFTP (password-based auth) API

Uploads a UTF-8 string as a file on an SFTP server

 
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Add or update multiple records with the Data Stores API

Add or update multiple records to your Pipedream Data Store.

 
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Check for existence of key with the Data Stores API

Check if a key exists in your Pipedream Data Store or create one if it doesn't exist.

 
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Delete a single record with the Data Stores API

Delete a single record in your Pipedream Data Store.

 
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Overview of SFTP (password-based auth)

SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) is a network protocol that provides secure
file transfers over secure shell (SSH) connections. It is an extension of the
Secure Shell protocol, designed for secure file exchange between hosts. A user
can securely transfer files between systems without having to worry about
external threats, as the protocol is encrypted and authenticated.

With the SFTP API, you can build applications that securely transfer data, such
as files and documents, between two different systems. Some example
applications include:

  • Secure document sharing between two systems
  • Secure file synchronization between two systems
  • Secure backups of data over the network
  • Secure transfers of large files
  • Secure uploads and downloads of data
  • Media streaming between two systems

Connect SFTP (password-based auth)

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module.exports = defineComponent({
  props: {
    sftp_password_based_auth: {
      type: "app",
      app: "sftp_password_based_auth",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    const Client = require('ssh2-sftp-client');
    
    const { 
      host,
      username,
      password,
    } = this.sftp_password_based_auth.$auth
    
    const config = {
      host,
      username,
      password,
    }
    
    const sftp = new Client()
    
    await sftp.connect(config)
    this.cwd = await sftp.cwd();
    return await sftp.end();
  },
})

Overview of Data Stores

With the Data Stores API, you can build applications that:

  • Store data for later retrieval
  • Retrieve data from a store
  • Update data in a store
  • Delete data from a store

Connect Data Stores

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export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    myDataStore: {
      type: "data_store",
    },
  },
  async run({ steps, $ }) {
    await this.myDataStore.set("key_here","Any serializable JSON as the value")
    return await this.myDataStore.get("key_here")
  },
})