DeNamiK has released an update to their stfIport tool. SftImport is now at version 2.2. With the 2.2 release DeNamiK fixed all of the items related to Softgrid 4.x and package version information. They moved over from .Net Framework 1.1 to 2.0. You must install .Net Framework 2.0 or 3.0 to resume working with the new version of sftImport.
sftImport can help you with the automation of importing Softricity Applications. You can run this tool on a Windows Server with .Net Framework 2.0 installed. Prerequisites are; having Domain Administrator rights, knowing the Softricity database (SQL) user and password (or have trusted security in place) and having access rights to modify the different ‘osd’ files. sftImport allows you to perform numerous actions on the Softricity database:
Import (/import)
This option will create the Softricity Application in the Softricity Database, the 'osd' file will be edited with the value of '/vas'. A backup file of the 'osd' file will be created in the %TEMP% folder.
Import all (/importall)
This option imports all found 'osd' files as applications in the Softricity database. This option will search all 'osd' files and 'ico' files (please note: the 'ico' files must have the same name as the corresponding 'osd' files). When the 'osd', 'ico' and 'sft' files are found, a Softricity application will be created and the corresponding 'osd' file will be edited with the value of '/vas'. A backup file of the 'osd' file will be created in the %TEMP% folder.
Import using a CSV file (/importcsv)
This option imports all found instances (as defined in a comma separated file) and add these instances as applications in the Softricity database.
Add extension (/addext)
This option will add a file extension to the
Softricity application in the Softricity database.
Add security (/addsec)
This option will add a group or user to the Softricity application in the Softricity database.

Add security 2 all (/addsec2all)

This option will add a group or user to all of the Softricity applications found in the Softricity Database.
Changeosd (/changeosd)
This option will change the 'osd' file through the command line option '/o' to the VAS server, which you can add through the command line option /vas. A backup file of the 'osd' file will be created in the %TEMP% folder.
Changeallosd (/changeallosd)
All ‘osd’ files will be changed to the VAS server, which you can add through the command line option /vas. Note that the 'osd' and 'sft' files must exist in the same path and must have the same name! A backup file of the 'osd' file will be created in the %TEMP% folder.
Query (/query)
This will query the Softricity Database for known Softricity Applications.
Probably the most interesting function in of this tool is the ‘importall’ function. It allows you to import all ‘osd’ files found in a network path. The ‘osd’ files will be enumerated and ‘ico’ files with corresponding names will be added to the particularly ‘osd’ file. Subsequent a check takes place if there’s a ‘sft’ file present in the folder where the ‘ico’ file has been found. If the ‘sft’ file has the same name as the ‘ico’ and ‘osd’ file it will also be added to the particularly ‘osd’ file. When a ‘sft’ file exist in the folder but has a different name then that one will be added to the particularly ‘osd’ file. All ‘osd’ files will be edited so they will use the given VAS server, Content path (relative to the ‘osd’ file location) and ‘sft’ file.
Download sftImport 2.2 from the download section.