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RE: Accessing IFS using SNA



fixed

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Rob Berendt
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"Mark Villa" <markvilla@xxxxxxxxxxx> 
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RE: Accessing IFS using SNA






~~~Did you try the /QFileSvr.400 file system ?
~~~
~~~On the source system, create a directory
~~~/QFileSvr.400/NetId.SystemName
~~~where NetId is the network id of the remote system and
~~~System Name is
~~~its system name. These are the same that those used in STRPASTHR
~~~command.
~~~
~~~>
~~~> Goal:
~~~>
~~~> Server1:
~~~> http://server1/myifs/myfile.jpg

I have a valid /QFileSvr.400/RemoteLocationName
And I can access files and copy files just fine.
I am pretty sure I have the Map and Pass directives entered correctly,
Even tried a symbolic link.
I can't get farther than the HTTP Server "Error 403"
I have checked everything I can think of, user and password same on both
systems,
It is finding the file, just can't display it.
Original HTTP, OS Version=V5R1
My page says
403= cannot browse selected file
IBM HTTP Server 1.0
I think same error code as forbidden.
I can type in a filename known not to be in directory and get a file not
found error.

Thanks,
Mark


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