Upload a file to an SFTP destination. The Destination File Path defines the folder and filename within the SFTP destination, separated by a “/” character, according to normal FTP conventions. Without a beginning forward slash, the path will reference the user’s home directory. When using a forward slash at the beginning of a path, the path must be absolute. Examples:

  • myfile.jpg -> upload the file to the root of the SFTP destination site, storing it as “myfile.jpg”
  • /pathToHomeDirectory/myfile.jpg -> same as above, using an absolute path
  • myfolder/myfile.jpg -> save the file as “myfile.jpg” inside the folder “myfolder”
  • myfolder/subfolder/adeeperfolder/myfile.jpg -> store the file under multiple subfolders


  • File Content - the File ID of the file to upload
  • Destination File Path - the path, including folder and filename, at which to store the file


  • Succeeded - a boolean value that indicates success if true