I got this about 6 months ago.

For this to work, your network ID must match your RmtUser value.
Therefore, you either need to access your network as 'Dummy', or change
your RmtUser to whatever your name is.

Of course, this is a big downer if you want to make this a generally
available option, as you need a seperate program for each person who might
want to use it.  Because of this, we abandoned this approach, and use
transfer Icons on the Desktop.



                    "Trow, Jim"
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                    Sent by:                   Subject:     RUNRMTCMD...
                    midrange-l-admin@mi
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                    07/12/01 09:27
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                    midrange-l






Greetings 'n salutations,

I'm attempting to automate the transfer of data from the AS/400 to an Excel
spreadsheet, via Client Access.  I've created a pre-defined TTO file,
successfully installed the LOGONUSR API,  yet continue to receive the
following error message when attempting to execute the associated
RUNRMTCMD:

     RUNRMTCMD Cmd('\\DBH\NetworkFiles\data\Information Systems\File
Transfers\ICR0001C.BAT') +
                    RmtLocName('nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn' *IP) +
                    RmtUser('dummy')  RmtPwd('dummy')  CCSID(*Calc)



     A remote host refused an attempted connect operation.
     Command did not complete successfully.

The CMD itself is pointing to the correct file out on the LAN, the correct
IP address is identified, as well as the userid and password.  The only
thing I notice when attempting to execute this is that the remote password
(RMTPWD) shows up as *None when recalling the command (even though it is
defined as a valid p/w when setting up the command), although this may just
be part of a built-in security feature.

I am currently running Client Access, v3r2m0.  Client Access Remote Command
appears to be running as a NT Service.  I've run out of ideas on this one,
any help would be appreciated!


Regards,

James D. Trow
Information Systems Supervisor
Dick Blick Holdings, Inc.
Ph: (847) 681-6820
Email: trowj@dickblick.com

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