Browse Author: Vrajesh Patel

How to Upload/Transfer a File in/from FTP using “WinSCP” app – Salesforce Marketing Cloud

To Download WinSCP for FTP:
  1. Navigate to
  2. Click on Installation package
  3. Once the file Download is complete. Open the file and Click Run > Accept > Next > Next > Install > Finish
  4. Once WinSCP app opens up: Select File Protocol as “FTP”
  5. Enter the following Credentials.
Host: You can get this from the FTP Account Setup
Username: “Enter Your Username”
Password: **************
Port: You may have this from your FTP Account Setup location

6. Click Login > Any Pop-ups > Click Yes/ok

Transfer a File from Local to Remote/ Remote to Local
  1. On the left side is your Local PC Site and the right side is your FTP Remote Site
  2. So you will find the file in your Local PC site in the folder, where you can view the folders from the top
  3. On the right hand side, select the folder in which you are trying to upload (Import, Export, Triggered).
  4. In this you will select “Import” folder.
  5. Now on the your Local site > Navigate to the folder in which the actual file exist > Select the file > Left click on it > Click Upload.
  6. The file will be uploaded depending upon the file size automatically.

Pass the parameter Values from Landing Page URL to Data Extensions – Ampscript

I have a simple Landing page, and it’s URL contains some parameter values and those parameters are also Fields in a Data Extension of a Marketing Cloud Account.

To update those parameter values into the Marketing Data Extension when a URL is pasted in your Web Browser, I would follow the below steps:

  1. Let us have an example URL of a landing page:
  2. For the full landing page url along with the parameter values, let’s take

Paste the code given below in your Landing page. We have defined the parameter values first and then printing the success and failure values on the page:


set @f1= RequestParameter(‘Field_1’)

Set @f2= RequestParameter(‘Field_2’)

set @f3= RequestParameter(‘Field_3′)

if( @f1 == ”)then

set @fail =’Failure’


InsertData(‘Data extension Name’,’Field_1′,@f1,’Field_2′,@f2,’Field_3′,@f3)

set @suc= ‘Success’



%%[ IF @f1== “” THEN ]%%

%%= v(@fail) =%%<br>


%%= v(@suc) =%%

%%[ ENDIF ]%%

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