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|Task Icon||Task Description|
|The HTTP File Download Task is used to retrieve files using the HTTP or HTTPS protocols, and the SSIS HTTP Connection Manager.|
Note: The HTTP File Download Task supports HTTPS protocol connections.
Important: The HTTP File Download ask uses the Native HTTP Connection Manager by Microsoft, and only supports TLS1.2. TLS1.0 and TLS 1.1 are not supported.
|HTTP Connection Manager||The HTTP Connection Manager dropdown contains any SSIS HTTP, or SSIS HTTPS Connection Managers that are part of your package. You can create a new connection manager by selecting Create New HTTP Connection which displays the HTTP Connection Manager Editor.|
|Stop Package On Task Failure?||Selecting this option stops the execution of the package if a failure occurs.|
|Where is the path to the file stored?||Select where the file to download is stored.|
|Enter Path to File to Download||This field's description changes depending on where the path to the file is stored.|
This section is used to tell the HTTP File Download Task where to store the downloaded file locally.
|Where is the path to the file stored?||There are four options for creating the path to the local file.
|Enter File Path For Local File||This property changes depending on where the path to the file is stored.|
|Overwrite Local File?||Set this property to true if the HTTP File Download Task should overwrite the local file with the file that is downloaded. Setting it to false causes the task to fail if the local file exists already.|