Create, transfer and delete files, messages and Web form postings
Third-party control of MOVEit services and administrative functions requires the MOVEit Transfer API (Java), MOVEit Transfer API .NET or MOVEit REST API. The API Java class is typically used by Java programs and requires Sun Java v.1.4.2 or higher (v.1.5 preferred). The class comes with a precompiled, standard FTP-like command-line client interface for use by mainframe JCL, Unix/Linux shell scripts, and local operating system schedulers like Cron.
The APIs provide programmatic access to MOVEit Transfer in order to:
The API .NET component can be used by ASP.NET, ASP, C++, SQL Server, Office, C#, VB and VBScript.
Access to MOVEit Transfer or MOVEit Cloud via its API interface requires prior authorization and authentication with a valid username and one or more factors (a password, HTTPS client certificate and/or IP address). All communications between the API interface and its API clients are protected by the 256-bit SSL encrypted, firewall-friendly HTTPS protocol, which uses only a single firewall port (443).
All file transfers between the Java and .NET API interfaces and their API clients receive automatic SHA1 integrity checks and automatic transfer retry and resume for file Non-Repudiation and Guaranteed Delivery.
The MOVEit API also enables management of SSH keys and SSL certificates. Programmers can use the >NET or Java API for programmatic SSH key and SSL certificate management. SSH keys and SSL certificates can be automatically imported, added, removed, and listed to user accounts.
The MOVEit API interface is a separately priced and licensed option that permits unlimited use of the interface and the MOVEit API Java class, the .NET component and their command-line interfaces. The API interface is activated by a special license key that is provided by Ipswitch.
The API interface is available as an option for MOVEit Transfer and built into the Cloud deployment with MOVEit Cloud.
For more information on the MOVEit REST API refer to the data sheet.