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Output directory

Edward_Luke

Active Member
We are attempting to use a Windows NT UNC path to define our output
directory for PDF files. i.e. \\fpdfs05\b7 <\\fpdfs05\b7> rather than
using mapped drive letters. This works as long as we run our UBE locally,
but if we submit the job to the Unix enterprise server, and then click on
'View submitted jobs', JDE is unable to display the pdf file. It appears
that the enterprise server is unable to interpret the UNC path. Has
anyone had experience with this. Thanks.

B733.2 SP 10.3 Unix HP-9000 Oracle 8i

Ed Luke
Applications Analyst
Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation
edward.luke@cat.com
(615) 341-8320



B733.2 SP11.3 HP9000 Oracle 8.1.6
 

SSAJAROFF

Reputable Poster
Edward :

OneWorld's UBEs only can read Windows like paths.

Sebastian

-----Mensaje original-----
De: Edward Luke [mailto:Edward.Luke@cat.com]
Enviado el: Friday, March 02, 2001 12:35 PM
Para: jdelistml@jdelist.com
Asunto: Output directory


We are attempting to use a Windows NT UNC path to define our output
directory for PDF files. i.e. \\fpdfs05\b7 <\\fpdfs05\b7> rather than
using mapped drive letters. This works as long as we run our UBE locally,
but if we submit the job to the Unix enterprise server, and then click on
'View submitted jobs', JDE is unable to display the pdf file. It appears
that the enterprise server is unable to interpret the UNC path. Has
anyone had experience with this. Thanks.

B733.2 SP 10.3 Unix HP-9000 Oracle 8i

Ed Luke
Applications Analyst
Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation
edward.luke@cat.com
(615) 341-8320



B733.2 SP11.3 HP9000 Oracle 8.1.6
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sean_gilbert

Well Known Member
In your output don't include the path.

ie instead of \\winnt\interfaces\PO.txt

just use PO

JDE output will put this file PO in the jde root install directory b7 of
the client

or if you run it on the server it will output to the unix path
oneworld\b7333\system\bin32

Sean Gilbert
JDEdwards Consultant
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Montreal

Tel: 514.205.5000 x3619
Fax: 450.655.0163



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We are attempting to use a Windows NT UNC path to define our output
directory for PDF files. i.e. \\fpdfs05\b7 <\\fpdfs05\b7> rather than
using mapped drive letters. This works as long as we run our UBE
locally,
but if we submit the job to the Unix enterprise server, and then click on
'View submitted jobs', JDE is unable to display the pdf file. It appears
that the enterprise server is unable to interpret the UNC path. Has
anyone had experience with this. Thanks.

B733.2 SP 10.3 Unix HP-9000 Oracle 8i

Ed Luke
Applications Analyst
Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation
edward.luke@cat.com
(615) 341-8320



B733.2 SP11.3 HP9000 Oracle 8.1.6
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oneworld_101

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You might be using a BSFN that is designed to be run locally only. Turn the
debug on on the server and than re-run the process, you should be able to
see then if that is the case.
----- Original Message -----
From: "SSAJAROFF" <SSAJAROFF@grupoassa.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Friday, March 02, 2001 12:19 PM
Subject: RE: Output directory


> Edward :
>
> OneWorld's UBEs only can read Windows like paths.
>
> Sebastian
>
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Edward Luke [mailto:Edward.Luke@cat.com]
> Enviado el: Friday, March 02, 2001 12:35 PM
> Para: jdelistml@jdelist.com
> Asunto: Output directory
>
>
> We are attempting to use a Windows NT UNC path to define our output
> directory for PDF files. i.e. \\fpdfs05\b7 <\\fpdfs05\b7> rather than
> using mapped drive letters. This works as long as we run our UBE
locally,
> but if we submit the job to the Unix enterprise server, and then click on
> 'View submitted jobs', JDE is unable to display the pdf file. It
appears
> that the enterprise server is unable to interpret the UNC path. Has
> anyone had experience with this. Thanks.
>
> B733.2 SP 10.3 Unix HP-9000 Oracle 8i
>
> Ed Luke
> Applications Analyst
> Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation
> edward.luke@cat.com
> (615) 341-8320
>
>
>
> B733.2 SP11.3 HP9000 Oracle 8.1.6
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> 6559
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Chad_Anderson

Active Member
Larry
You can redirect the output directory by adding the following info into the server's jde.ini file.

[Network Queue Settings]
OutputDirectory=D:\b7

We currently use this on our TSE machines to direct the Output files to a share folder on our file server.

Hope this helps

Chad

Chad Anderson
Generac Portable Products L.L.C.
B733.1 SP 7.1 AS400 Ent NT SQL Deploy
 
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