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File Message Protocol

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-04-23 08:04:25.0Z
Richard Pokorny Posted on 2008-04-21 13:29:08.0Z
From: "Richard Pokorny" <richard.pokorny@sybase.cz>
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Subject: File Message Protocol
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Hello,
does anybody has experience how to use File message Connector for network
server?
I tried several ways but none of them worked:
1. I have a shared disk mapped on my computer as Z. For output directory, I
put z:\output
But the reports are not stored anywhere.

2. I put the output directory as \\rpokorny02\output - which is a name of a
shared folder

3. I put the output directory as \\rpokorny02\c$\data\output

In all cases I got error message in my RFID monitoring which says:

Information:Creating directory \\rpokorny02\c$\data\Out

Error: One or more messages were not delivered successfully. : Unable to
create directory path


If I use c:\output as directory, everything works normally.

Richard Pokorny


LittleTower Posted on 2008-04-23 08:04:25.0Z
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The RA service which credentials is using to run, maybe the System account?
If is true, then you can use those credentials to get access to a network
path, so I suggest you to run RA with the network user you have in order to
make the FileConnector to be able to write in that remote location.

HTH

"Richard Pokorny" <richard.pokorny@sybase.cz> wrote in message
news:480c96a4$1@forums-1-dub...
> Hello,
> does anybody has experience how to use File message Connector for network
> server?
> I tried several ways but none of them worked:
> 1. I have a shared disk mapped on my computer as Z. For output directory,
> I put z:\output
> But the reports are not stored anywhere.
>
> 2. I put the output directory as \\rpokorny02\output - which is a name of
> a shared folder
>
> 3. I put the output directory as \\rpokorny02\c$\data\output
>
> In all cases I got error message in my RFID monitoring which says:
>
> Information:Creating directory \\rpokorny02\c$\data\Out
>
> Error: One or more messages were not delivered successfully. : Unable to
> create directory path
>
>
> If I use c:\output as directory, everything works normally.
>
> Richard Pokorny
>
>
>