Transfer Key Moment All Issues
To transfer an open issue to another repository, you must have write access to the repository the issue is in and the repository you're transferring the issue to. For more information, see "Repository roles for an organization."
Transfer Key Moment All Issues
When you transfer an issue, comments and assignees are retained. Labels and milestones are also retained if they're present in the target repository, with labels matching by name and milestones matching by both name and due date. This issue will stay on any user-owned or organization-wide project boards and be removed from any repository project boards. For more information, see "About project boards."
People or teams who are mentioned in the issue will receive a notification letting them know that the issue has been transferred to a new repository. The original URL redirects to the new issue's URL. People who don't have read permissions in the new repository will see a banner letting them know that the issue has been transferred to a new repository that they can't access.
To transfer an issue, use the gh issue transfer subcommand. Replace the issue parameter with the number or URL of the issue. Replace the owner/repo parameter with the name of the repository that you want to transfer the issue to, such as octocat/octo-repo.
Managed file transfer (MFT) is a technology platform that allows organizations to reliably exchange electronic data between systems and people in a secure way to meet compliance needs. These data movements can be both internal and external to an enterprise and include various types, including sensitive, compliance-protected or high-volume data. It can be offered as software or as a service and may include a single pane for visibility and governance.
MFT is a more reliable and efficient means for secure data and file transfer, outpacing and outperforming applications such as file transfer protocol (FTP), hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) and other methods.
Encrypt internal and external transfers, in motion and at rest. Secure file transfers with advanced capabilities like session breaks and protocol inspection maximize the protection of sensitive data at multiple layers.
Provides a 360-degree view in near-real time. Companies can see who is transferring files, what is being shared and the volume passing through the system. Potential issues like delays and failed transfers are visible before they impact downstream business processes or become missed SLAs.
According to the guidelines of Air Medical Dispatch by American College of Emergency Physician, the air transport is indicated when the ground transport is not feasible due to the factors such as time of transfer, distance to be travelled and the level of care needed during the transfer. The patients more likely to benefit from air transport are:
An ACH transfer is an interbank digital money transfer processed through the Automated Clearing House network. The ACH network is a U.S.-only network of over 10,000 financial institutions, including banks and credit unions. ACH institutions batch transactions and process them on a fixed schedule.
Costs are minimal in comparison to wire transfer fees. ACH processing fees via platforms like QuickBooks Payments are 1% of the transaction amount up to $10. For many bank customers, receiving ACH payments is free, although their bank can charge a fee.
A key advantage of ACH transfers is their utility for recurring transactions. This makes them ideal for business-to-business (B2B) payments, where batch processing yields higher efficiency for billers and employers. For employees, ACH streamlines payroll direct deposit with standing authorization and approved employee expense reimbursement. ACH is useful for personal online bill payments to save money on processing fees. Some banks and other financial service providers offer free bill pay via ACH.
There is a $15 minimum for sending funds from the United States to another country. Total wire transfer fees, which may include payments to intermediary banks and the receiving bank, are higher, possibly up to $100 for an international cross-border transaction.
Wire instructions for Fedwire or another wire transfer system from the sending bank to the receiving bank include basic details. These wire transfer instructions specifics include the amount to be transferred and the personal details (name, address, phone number) of the payee. Wire transfers can be facilitated between institutions as well as individuals. Other required information includes:
The tradeoff for this fast turnaround is that when sending money via wire transfer, especially at high volumes, transaction fees can be high. Also, once funds have been wired, reversing transactions is difficult.
Wire transfers are used in large-value real estate and merger and acquisition deals. As a wire transfer example, consider using a wire transfer to send the money to purchase a company in an M&A deal.
A corporation completes a deal to purchase another company through an M&A transaction. The deal is valued at a net price of $50 million. The cost of the deal justifies the fees of using a wire transfer at closing for the large amount that the acquired company will receive and no transaction limits will be reached to prevent the wire transfer.
Each bank sets its wire transfer fees and any other costs, including service fees, investigation costs, and any wire resubmission fees for which consumers are not protected by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rules.
ACH electronic funds transfers are securely handled as transfers between different banks. The risk is having a fraudulent invoice or supplier in the payables system. An automated payables and global mass payments software app provides extensive fraud prevention controls to mitigate this risk.
ACH transfers are somewhat easier. They cannot be canceled once in process, but can be recalled or disputed, although resolution (i.e., return of funds) cannot be guaranteed. The system may automatically reject and reverse a transaction if there are errors routing to the right account. If a credit transfer is sent to the wrong account or with the wrong date or amount, the sender can request its reversal. Debit transfers can be returned for insufficient funds or disputed as non-authorized for up to 60 days after the transaction posting date.
Businesses that perform B2B bank transfers often rely on an ACH API or a bank API to make these payments. Payables automation software is very efficient for batch processing vendors, suppliers, and other payments. Because businesses make so many bill payments, the volume justifies using a small-fee ACH system rather than wire transfer payments.
Wire transfers make sense for high-dollar business-to-business payments like commercial real estate transactions or M&A transaction payments. In these cases, wire fees are not considered high in relation to the transaction amount. The quick transfer of funds is also critical for business owners.
Wire transfers make sense for large personal purchases like residential real estate, including down payments. They are often used for international cross-border payments made by individuals either directly or indirectly.
If you are using Amazon S3 for your server's storage, and if your client contains an option to use multiple connections for a single transfer, make sure to disable the option. Otherwise, large file uploads can fail in unpredictable ways. Note that if you are using Amazon EFS as your storage backend, EFS does support multiple connections for a single transfer.
If the endpoint type for your Transfer Family server is VPC, identifying the endpoint to use for transferring files is not straightforward. In this case, use the following procedure to find your Amazon VPC endpoint.
Some SFTP file transfer clients can attempt to change the attributes of remote files, including timestamp and permissions, using commands, such as SETSTAT when uploading the file. However, these commands are not compatible with object storage systems, such as Amazon S3. Due to this incompatibility, file uploads from these clients can result in errors even when the file is otherwise successfully uploaded.
In the preceding command, sftp_user is the user name and transfer-key is the SSH private key. Here, service_endpoint is the server's endpoint as shown in the AWS Transfer Family console for the selected server.
Commands that attempt to change attributes of remote files, including timestamps, are not compatible with object storage systems such as Amazon S3. Therefore, if you are using Amazon S3 for storage, be sure to disable WinSCP timestamp settings (or use the SetStatOption as described in Avoid setstat errors) before you perform file transfers. To do so, in the WinSCP Transfer settings dialog box, disable the Set permissions upload option and the Preserve timestamp common option.
If you interrupt a file transfer in progress, AWS Transfer Family might write a partial object in your Amazon S3 bucket. If you interrupt an upload, check that the file size in the Amazon S3 bucket matches the file size of the source object before continuing.
First, the data transfer itself must be legal. Any processing of personal data is prohibited but subjected to the possibility of authorization. In addition to consent, Art. 6 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets forth further authorization reasons, such as fulfilling a contract or protecting vital interests. For special personal data which requires a higher level of protection, the Art. 9 of the GDPR provides separate legal requirements.
If the intended data transfer meets the general requirements, one must check in a second step whether transfer to the third country is permitted. One must differentiate between secure and unsecure third countries. Secure third countries are those for which the European Commission has confirmed a suitable level of data protection on the basis of an adequacy decision. In those countries, national laws provide a level of protection for personal data which is comparable to those of EU law. The third countries which ensure an adequate level of protection are: Andorra, Argentina, Canada (only commercial organizations), Faroe Islands, Guernsey, Israel, Isle of Man, Jersey, New Zealand, Switzerland, Uruguay , Japan, the United Kingdom and South Korea. Data transfer to these countries is expressly permitted.