Overview

Veritone submits all reports securely to the DOJ via SFTP in a JSON format.

What is SFTP?

SSH File Transfer Protocol (also referred to as Secure File Transfer Protocol) is a network protocol that provides file access, transfer, and management over any reliable data stream. The CA DOJ maintains a server that uses SFTP to accept connections from remote computers for the purpose of stop data transfer. Veritone Contact leverages an agency's SFTP connection with the DOJ to submit stop data in Javascript Object Notation (JSON) format. Any file transmission or stop data record validation errors are returned to the agency for resolution via this same protocol.

What do my SFTP server credentials consist of?

Your SFTP Credentials will consist of a Host (IP) and a Username. Both were provided to your Agency by the DOJ in the format listed below:

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