Enterprise Server, s1t files

tet_hadavas

Active Member
Dear List,

Has anyone seen s1t files (e.g. s1t4.3pv, s1t4.3pl, etc) at the root drive of the Enterprise Server? They are all small files but we see 80,000 of them and they are affecting our backup process. I think they are some kind of transaction files (those that I've seen referred to our OneWorld PDFs and printers). I would like to find out whether it's okay to delete them. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Tet Hadavas

OneWorld Xe, SP15, Windows 2000, SQL 7.0
 

hedgiehoghill

Active Member
I get these too.
They are related to printing and Denver said they were ok to delete, so I keep recent ones and delete the old ones.

HTH,


B73.3.2 SP 11.1_UPKG, NT SP6a, MS-SQL 7.0 SP2, WIN2K/Metaframe 1.8a SP2/FR1 & Fat

Jeff Hill
IS Division Manager
Yamazen Inc.
 

jgersic64

Active Member
Yes, those files e.g. s1t4.3pv, s1t4.3pl, etc are created when the .pdf are
created..sometimes they are not deleted properly. I have had them at every
place I have worked (three places, different versions of OW), you can delete
them without any problems.

John

Xe, SP16, Update2, NT, SQL7/SP3, WTS/Metaframe 1.8



PS - to whomever said to scan for 'jdelist' in the body of the message,
thanks! I should have thought of it - it works perfectly.
 

cdawes

VIP Member
These are PDF working files that get created and not deleted. You can go
ahead and delete them without consequence. I put in a call to JDE about a
year a go for this very same issue.

Colin




Colin Dawes, MSc
City of Guelph
B7332 SP15.1, Oracle 8.1.6.3, NT 4.0, Fat & WTS
 

tet_hadavas

Active Member
re[2]: Enterprise Server, s1t files

>> Do you have a third-party printing solution?

Yes, we use Create!Form. Thanks to everyone who responded.

Tet Hadavas
 

bwilkinson

Well Known Member
I had this problem and fixed it about a year ago. If I remember correctly,
it is an ini setting on the server. Check you ini file and make sure all of
your paths have the full path as <drive letter:>\<path> not just <path>.

If this does not work call support, they are the ones that told me how to
fix it.


-Brian

William "Brian" Wilkinson
Senior Technical Specialist
Quickie Manufacturing
[email protected]
856-829-7900 x143

JDEdwards OneWorld B7332 SP14.1
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Server Platform SP6a
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server
Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 SP2 with hot fix 851
Microsoft Mdac 2.5
Citrix Metaframe 1.8
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William “Brian” Wilkinson
Quickie Manufacturing
[email protected]
856-829-7900 x143
 
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