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BlueKai Authorization

If you haven't already done so, you will need to setup a BlueKai account before you begin this authorization process. Following are the two ways that allows you to export your file on an SFTP server before importing into BlueKai.

BlueKai SFTP Server with Username and Password

  1. Navigate to BlueKai in the Integrations section of Lytics. blueKai-new
  2. Navigate to Authorizations.
  3. Click New Authorization.
  4. Click Create BlueKai SFTP Server with Username/Password.
  5. In the Host box, enter the host name or IP address of the SFTP server you want to upload to.
  6. In the Port box, enter the port number for the SFTP server.
  7. In the Username box, enter the username for the SFTP server.
  8. In the Password box, enter the password for the SFTP server.
  9. In the Folder box, enter the relative path to the folder to place the file.
  10. In the Partner Name box, enter the name that BlueKai recognizes you with.
  11. In the Site ID box, enter the Site ID of the container of BlueKai
  12. In the Description box, enter a name for your authorization.
  13. Click Authorize. bluekai-auth You are now ready to start a SFTP export workflow with BlueKai.

BlueKai SFTP Server with Username and Private Key

  1. Navigate to BlueKai in the Integrations section of Lytics. blueKai-new
  2. Navigate to Authorizations.
  3. Click New Authorization.
  4. Click Create BlueKai SFTP Server with Username/Private Key.
  5. In the Host box, enter the host name or IP address of the SFTP server you want to upload to.
  6. In the Port box, enter the port number for the SFTP server.
  7. In the Username box, enter the username for the SFTP server.
  8. In the Private Key box, enter the private key of your account for the SFTP server.
  9. In the Folder box, enter the relative path to the folder to place the file.
  10. In the Partner Name box, enter the name that BlueKai recognizes you with.
  11. In the Site ID box, enter the Site ID of the container of BlueKai.
  12. In the Description box, enter a name for your authorization.
  13. Click Authorize. bluekai-sftp-privatekey-auth You are now ready to start a SFTP export workflow with BlueKai.