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I have a Windows Server R2 (64) running SQL Server 2008 R2. I need to execute sFTP transfer from within a SQL stored procedure.

Which product should I purchase to accomplish this task?

asked May 09 at 14:01

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"SFTP" is the acronym for Secure File Transfer over SSH, so you would need the SSH/SFTP license.
"FTPS" is the acronym for the FTP protocol using SSL/TLS, and for that you would need the FTP2 license.

I only say that to clarify, because sometimes people mix up "FTPS" and "SFTP", or write the incorrect acronym.. :-)

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answered May 09 at 14:43

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edited May 09 at 14:43

It is surely sFTP that I require. Thanks for your reply!

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answered May 09 at 14:45

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