Server's SFID code.
ANSI (Cross Platform) char* GetServerSFIDCode();
int SetServerSFIDCode(const char* lpszServerSFIDCode); Unicode (Windows) LPWSTR GetServerSFIDCode();
INT SetServerSFIDCode(LPCWSTR lpszServerSFIDCode);
@property (nonatomic,readwrite,assign,getter=serverSFIDCode,setter=setServerSFIDCode:) NSString* serverSFIDCode; - (NSString*)serverSFIDCode; - (void)setServerSFIDCode:(NSString*)newServerSFIDCode;
#define PID_OFTPCLIENT_SERVERSFIDCODE 31 IPWORKSEDI_EXTERNAL void* IPWORKSEDI_CALL IPWorksEDI_OFTPClient_Get(void *lpObj, int propid, int arridx, int *lpcbVal, int64 *lpllVal); IPWORKSEDI_EXTERNAL int IPWORKSEDI_CALL IPWorksEDI_OFTPClient_Set(void *lpObj, int propid, int arridx, const void *val, int cbVal);
The SFID code identifies the origin or destination party that is sending or receiving a file, while the SSID code identifies the party that a session is established with. If the SFID and SSID codes do not match, then the party the session is established with is acting as an intermediary, and the party identified by the SFID code is either the origin or final destination.
When acting as an intermediary the component will not perform any security services (i.e. sign, verify, encrypt, decrypt). Security services are to be performed by the origin or destination only. Data should simply be passed along by an intermediary.