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Cisco Bug: CSCvv71911 - EPNM5.0: Save and Export to SFTP not work

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Oct 01, 2020

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  • Network Level Service

Known Affected Releases

5.0(0.0.110)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
There are 2 related issues here:

Q1: Save and Export to SFTP does not work
Login EPNM 5.0 I110A build 685, Go to Interface Traffic Report, create one like below, click Save and Export, Choose Export to SFTP, no matter to export as CSV or PDF,  you will see as a result, the exported file is only saved to local file instead of SFTP, which is a problem. But if you enable scheduling to SFTP, it works well, the problem is only happened in Save and Export to SFTP.
 
Q2, Save and Export to SFTP hovering info wrong location
After clicking Save and Export in any reports, you can see the HELP icon gives the info hovers below shows the wrong location, The SFTP server I gave is a Windows below, the location should be ?C:\Program Files\JSCAPE MFT Server\users\epnm-winserv-84\epnm\epnm-repsitory\InterfaceTraffic? Instead of ?/root/epnm-repsitory\InterfaceTraffic?, I see the difficulty to distinguish window or linux or unix, so can we just give a generic location ?



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Conditions:
There are 2 related issues here:

Q1: Save and Export to SFTP does not work
Login EPNM 5.0 I110A build 685, Go to Interface Traffic Report, create one like below, click Save and Export, Choose Export to SFTP, no matter to export as CSV or PDF,  you will see as a result, the exported file is only saved to local file instead of SFTP, which is a problem. But if you enable scheduling to SFTP, it works well, the problem is only happened in Save and Export to SFTP.
 
Q2, Save and Export to SFTP hovering info wrong location
After clicking Save and Export in any reports, you can see the HELP icon gives the info hovers below shows the wrong location, The SFTP server I gave is a Windows below, the location should be ?C:\Program Files\JSCAPE MFT Server\users\epnm-winserv-84\epnm\epnm-repsitory\InterfaceTraffic? Instead of ?/root/epnm-repsitory\InterfaceTraffic?, I see the difficulty to distinguish window or linux or unix, so can we just give a generic location ?



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