B.21 tfactl setupload

Use the tfactl setupload command to set upload parameters.

You can run the setupload command as root or a non-root user.

Syntax

tfactl setupload 
[-h][--help] 
[-all] 
[-type TYPE] 
[-name NAME] 
[-user USER]
[-password] 
[-server SERVER] 
[-url URL]
[-proxy PROXY]
[-noauth NOAUTH]
[-https_token HTTPS_TOKEN]
[-request REQUEST]
[-header HEADER] 
[-secure SECURE]
[-connectstring CONNECTSTRING]
[-uploadtable UPLOADTABLE]

Parameters

Table B-17 tfactl setupload Command Parameters

Parameter Description

all

All of the parameters.

type

Specify the type of an endpoint. For example, https, sftp, or sqlnet.

name

Specify a unique descriptive name to your configuration. For example, mosconfig to upload to My Oracle Support.

user

Specify the user who has the privileges to access the endpoint. For example, upload.user@example.com.

password

Specify the password of the user.

server

Specify the name of the server to which you want to upload files. For example, bugsftp.example.com.

url

Specify the target URL to upload files in case of HTTPS type. For example, https://samplehost.com.

proxy

Specify the URL of the proxy server. For example, www.example.com:80.

noauth

Specify true and false. Default value is false.

If noauth is set to true, then HTTPS upload will skip authentication.

For example, upload files to PAR, Pre Authenticated URL where no user/password authentication is required.

request

Specify the request type, for example, POST.

https_token

Specify any static header values while configuring. For example, set auth tokens while configuring the HTTPS end point.

For example, tfactl setupload -name config -type https -https_token 'abc:13'.

You can also pass dynamic headers at upload time by passing the -https_token headers command option to tfactl upload command.

For example: -H 'X-TFA-REQUESTID: 1'.

header

Stores the executionId in the ahf.properties file.

For example, to set the header:tfactl setupload -name a1 -type https -header X-TFA-HEADERS:executionId=aeldb1db01_2020.06.16_19.20.55.15336025

secure

Specify true or false. Default value is true.

Specifying the secure value checks for certificates.

If secure is set to false, then the upload command will run an unsecure upload.

connectstring

Specify the database connect string to log in to the database where you want to upload files.

For example, (DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = host)(PORT = 1521))(CONNECT_DATA =(SERVER = DEDICATED)(SERVICE_NAME = orcl))).

uploadtable

Specify the name of the table where you want to upload files as BLOB type.

For example, for uploading Oracle ORAchk collections to the Collection Manager it is set to RCA13_DOCS.

To setup MOS configuration:
tfactl setupload -name mos -type https -user sample_user@domain.com -url https://transport.oracle.com/upload/issue
To set proxy for MOS configuration:
tfactl setupload -name mos -type https -proxy www-proxy.server.com:80
To upload to MOS using tfactl upload:
tfactl upload -name mos -id 3-23104325631 -file /opt/oracle.ahf/data/repository/auto_srdc_ORA-00600_20200706T18:58:09_myserver1.zip
To upload to MOS using tfactl diagcollect:
tfactl diagcollect -upload mos -srdc ORA-00600 -id 3-23104325631
or
tfactl diagcollect -srdc ORA-00600 -sr 3-23104325631

Note:

Ensure that the configuration name is mos.