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Event Manager

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Event Manager allows the program to respond to different events, for example, when you finish uploading or downloading files, a notification email will be sent to the FTP administrator automatically.

 

Event Actions

Administrators can appoint four different actions, which will be executed when an event is triggered.

 

1. Execute Command

 

event-command

 

Execute command action can be configured to execute a command on a file when an event is triggered. Execute command action contains an "Executable Path" and "Command Line Parameters" parameter. Special variables may be used to send specific data pertaining to the event. Please refer to the list of these variables located under "Advanced Features->Server Variables".

 

 

2. Write Log

 

event-log

 

 

Write Log action can be configured to write text to a file when an event is triggered. Write Log action contains an "File Name" and "Log Text" parameter. Special variables may be used to send specific data pertaining to the event. Please refer to the list of these variables located under "Advanced Features->Server Variables".

 

 

3. Send Email

 

event-email

 

Send Email action can be configured to send an email when an event is triggered. Email action contains an "Send To", "Subject", "Email Body" and "Attach File" parameter. Special variables may be used to send specific data pertaining to the event. Please refer to the list of these variables located under "Advanced Features->Server Variables".

 

 

4. Lua Script

 

event-lua

 

Lua Script action can be configured to run lua script when an event is triggered. Special variables could be used to send specific data pertaining to the event. You can see a list of all the server variables at "Advanced Features->Server Variables".