Have permissions changed for the IFS on iSeries1?

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From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Gary Thompson
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2014 12:42 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: CPE3025 - No such path or directory.

We have had occasional problems with a job that runs each day as a 'never ending job', checking every few minutes for Purchase Orders created on iSeries1 which must be full-filled by Customer Orders created and 'delivered' from iSeries2.

This job has run reliably barring occasional problems for over three years, but within the last two weeks the iSeries2 job has raised "CPE3025 - No such path or directory." when attempting to read the IFS of iSeries1.

Purchase Orders on iSeries1 are converted into text files on the IFS in directory 'unprocessed'.

The iSeries2 job reads the 'unprocessed' directory on iSeries2 by way of the QNTC.

I know the recommended solution would be to use QFileSvr.400, but the QNTC 'solution' was created before my time here.

While looking in QHST on iSeries2 for any sign of system problems around the time of the most recent CPE3025 problem, I found this message:

"CPIB687 - IBM i Support for Windows Network Neighborhood started, but an error was encountered."
The message goes on to say " . . . because of reason code 3."
"3 - QSENIOR has made a conflicting announcement for domain SWIRECC.COM"

Any experience with/insight into reason code 3 is much appreciated . . .

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