This article has been created to show how to setup the Notification Integration that Kornit X has built to connect to a Generic Filesystem
To setup the Generic Filesystem Notification integration, please head to your company and within the advanced settings head to "Notification Integrations" and click to enable the Generic Filesystem option. This has been shown below.
To set this up you need to know you need to decide if you want to use FTP or an SFTP which you choose from the "FS Type" option. With FTP you need to know your "FS Root", FTP Host", "FTP Username" and "FTP Password" which you should know from your FTP that you intend to use. As for SFTP, you need to know your "Public Key", "Host", "Port", "Username" and "Password".
With the Generic Filesystem Notification integration you can set your start timestamp, the intended data format (between options of XML), Order Provider mode (with the options of "Passive", "Active" and "Entity Events").
- Passive - Selecting this options will simply send order updates such as status changes every 30 minutes and will send a notification.
- Active - Active will send a notification any time there is a change or update made to any orders.
- Entity Events - Finally this option will look for any changes to an independent element within the notification integration without changes to the order status. Examples of this kind of elements can include any tracking URLs.
On top of this you can set a pushable status, which gives you the following options - "Dispatched", "Dispatched (Notified)", "Received by Shipper", "Refunded", "Returned" and "Cancelled".