Edit MORPH INI File
You must edit the MORPH INI file so that the Transfer tool knows where the files are currently located and where those files need to be moved to.
When you first open the MORPH.INI file it will look something like the screen shot below. There will be several sections within the file defined by the braces “”, the section that you are interested in editing is the [TransferFiles] section. If there is not a [TransferFiles] section in your MORPH.INI file you must create one (see the screenshot below for an example). Please make sure that you have correctly spelt the various options with capital letters in the correct locations within the words.
Take the complete path to the report that you want to move. Please see the example below of a HTML report.
In the below screenshot there are 2 HTML reports, report 00000062 and report 00000094. These reports are indicated by the two folders with the corresponding names. All the other reports were generated as default MORPH reports, and so are single files and have the .MPR file extension.
Edit the [TransferFiles] section of the MORPH.INI file so that the HTML reports (if these are the reports you want to move) are entered correctly. In the example below both of the reports are HTML reports and they are both going to the same location, but the “To” location style is different to illustrate different examples of specifying remote locations.
Please note in the example that there are 2 reports to be transferred. In the screenshot below the key areas that need to be modified are highlighted. It is important that you put in the number of files to transfer. It is also important that you modify the “From” and “To” options with the corresponding index number as also shown in the example below.
In the circled example below the HTML report is being moved to a remote network drive that has been mapped to a drive letter.
In the circled example below the HTML report is being moved to a remote network drive that has not been mapped to a drive letter. Note that the example in the above location is exactly the same place just that the location has been mapped to a drive letter. This example shows how much easier it is to manage this process if you map a location to a network drive rather than putting in the complete path each time.