Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

2012-12-12 Thread Ross Ferris
A couple of obvious ones ... and yet :

* assume you are NOT reading/writing to c:\
* assume the directory in question IS local to the server, and NOT a mount point
* are the other servers that ARE working part of an AD domain, and these 2 
aren't (or visa versa)
* from a windows perspective, call up properties of the directory  ensure that 
EVERYONE has Full Control from Windows Security tab (rather than local system 
users if part of a domain)
* delete/re-create directory  setup as per above
* Is UAC enabled?
* could be issues with higher level directories  if feasible, maybe 
simplify path to c:\temp
* as per Wills' suggestion how ARE files being created, and has creator 
process completed/closed down

HTH  though I'm sure you would have ticked these boxes

Ross Ferris
Stamina Software
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[mailto:u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org] On Behalf Of David Jordan
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Subject: Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

Has anyone had a similar problem.   Our application uses openpath to read some 
csv files from a directory on windows server 2008R2.

However a couple of sites, only the owner is able to open the directory with 
openpath, all other users fail.   Even with the users given administration 
rights, it still fails.   This is not a problem with all sites, just 2 of them.

I run into the same problem with openseq.

I tried even setting Authorisation in the program to the owner name and still 
no luck.   I am not sure what else to try.

Regards

David Jordan
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Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

2012-12-11 Thread David Jordan
Has anyone had a similar problem.   Our application uses openpath to read some 
csv files from a directory on windows server 2008R2.

However a couple of sites, only the owner is able to open the directory with 
openpath, all other users fail.   Even with the users given administration 
rights, it still fails.   This is not a problem with all sites, just 2 of them.

I run into the same problem with openseq.

I tried even setting Authorisation in the program to the owner name and still 
no luck.   I am not sure what else to try.

Regards

David Jordan
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Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

2012-12-11 Thread Wjhonson
The file is open somewhere else.
 

 

 

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Has anyone had a similar problem.   Our application uses openpath to read some 
csv files from a directory on windows server 2008R2.

However a couple of sites, only the owner is able to open the directory with 
openpath, all other users fail.   Even with the users given administration 
rights, it still fails.   This is not a problem with all sites, just 2 of them.

I run into the same problem with openseq.

I tried even setting Authorisation in the program to the owner name and still 
no 
luck.   I am not sure what else to try.

Regards

David Jordan
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Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

2012-12-11 Thread Allen Egerton
On 12/11/2012 9:34 PM, David Jordan wrote:
 Has anyone had a similar problem.   Our application uses openpath to read 
 some csv files from a directory on windows server 2008R2.
 
 However a couple of sites, only the owner is able to open the directory with 
 openpath, all other users fail.   Even with the users given administration 
 rights, it still fails.   This is not a problem with all sites, just 2 of 
 them.
 
 I run into the same problem with openseq.
 
 I tried even setting Authorisation in the program to the owner name and still 
 no luck.   I am not sure what else to try.

Are the other sites, (those without issue) also running 2008R2?  And are
affected and non-affected sites running same version of Universe?

-- 
allen

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Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

2012-12-11 Thread David Jordan
They are all running on Rel 11 on Windows 2008R2.   The file is not open by 
another application.  It is to do with the directory owner being the only one 
able to access the file.  Even the same user copying a file to that directory, 
cannot read it from UniVerse.

Regards

David Jordan

Managing Director

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Re: [U2] Problem with openpath in UniVerse on windows server

2012-12-11 Thread Bill Haskett
I'm thinking you have to do more than just change the properties.  You 
have to actually share the directory.


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They are all running on Rel 11 on Windows 2008R2.   The file is not open by 
another application.  It is to do with the directory owner being the only one 
able to access the file.  Even the same user copying a file to that directory, 
cannot read it from UniVerse.

Regards

David Jordan

Managing Director

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