Is there a system directory entry for the user running the process?
"jmmckee" <jmmckee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Being away from it for several hours gave me some time to think.
Apparently, not enough. The file name extension on the remote site was
lower case. I was thinking how stupid to overlook that, since QDLS does
not allow lower case. I renamed the remote files. Now, all four files
have a name composed of CCYYDDMM.TXT. My thought was that will fix this
and it would be a DUH! moment.
The other applicate also uses file names in CCYYDDMM.TXT form, and does
QDLS itself is the share.
From: Wayne McAlpine wayne.mcalpine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2009 01:06:15 -0500
Subject: Re: Authority issue for receiving a file
FTP doesn't require that the folder be shared.
Chris Bipes wrote:
It will make no difference. You say that neither folder is shared yet--
you access them with PC based software, how? I am really confused
Can you run to your iSeries from a PC such as \\ServerName
If you see the older folder and not the new one, then you are sharing
the old one but not the new one. I still think the share is not setup
correctly. Good luck tracking it down.
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Subject: RE: Authority issue for receiving a file
I have checked both folders and both sub-folders. The folder and
sub-folder that allows writing is set the same as the folder and
sub-folder that has writing inhibited. On the folders and sub-folders,
the read only box is NOT checked. Also unchecked are hidden and
The box is scheduled to be IPLed tonight. Any idea if that will make
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