Using Oracle Managed File Transfer describes how to administer Oracle Managed File Transfer, how to design and monitor file transfers, and how to integrate Oracle Managed File Transfer with other applications.


This document is intended for administrators, designers, deployers, and monitors of file deliveries implemented in Oracle Managed File Transfer. Familiarity with FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and web services is recommended for all users.

For administrators, familiarity with Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Database administration is also recommended.

For designers, familiarity with integrating products such as Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Service Bus, and Oracle B2B for Healthcare is also recommended.

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