• Subject: Re: Copying a file with Extended Attributes to the \QNTC file system.
  • From: "Adam Sawdy" <asawdy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 16:42:59 -0500

    I am trying to copy an image document from my 3995 optical jukebox connected
to my 400, to a folder on my NT server which is on the same network as my 400.
I am trying to use the CPY command to copy the file  to the  \QNTC file system
folder.    Files without "Extended Attributes"(which I can tell by the WRKLNK
command) copy fine, but files with "Extended Attributes" do not.  The error I am
getting is posted below.
           Does anybody out there know anything about the \QNTC file system or
Extended Attributes?.....

-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Sawdy <asawdy@legendgroup.com>
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 10:09 AM
Subject: Copying a file with Extended Attributes to the \QNTC file system.


>    When I copy a file from the \QDLS file system, that has a code page of 437
>and an Extended Attribute size of 0 my CPY command works fine, the file goes to
>my \QNTC folder without a hitch. However, when I copy a file from the \QOPT
file
>system that has a code page of 500 and an extended attribute size of 1024, the
>CPY command returns the "CPFA0AD - Function not supported by file system"
error.
>This leads me to believe that the  \QNTC file system does not support extended
>attributes.
>     Is this true, and if so, is there anyway to remove these extended
>attributes from the file before I do the CPY command to the \QNTC file system?
>Is this a PTF problem maybe?
>     Thanks in advance.......
>
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