The Google Cloud Storage Transport is used to write files to Google Cloud Storage.
On the Basic tab, you can specify:
Bucket Name: the name of the Google Cloud Storage bucket.
Target Directory: the name of the directory in the bucket to write to. If left blank, the root of the bucket will be the Target.
Target File Name: the name of the file to write to.
Target File Extension: the extension of the file to write to.
On the Advanced tab, you can specify:
Content Type: an optional MIME type to assign to the file.
Content Encoding: an optional character encoding to assign to the file.
If file exists: if the file already exists, what should the behavior be?
On the Credentials tab, you can specify:
JSON Key File: the path to the JSON key file for authenticating with Google Cloud Storage.