It appears HP, may have their own version of samba too- if you wanted to
utilize HP support.
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 4:04 PM, Robert Porter <ropor...@ochsner.org> wrote:
> Samba should be fine for this then...
> Create a directory type file in UD and setup Samba to share this.
> Map it on the Windows server.
> Define some process @ whatever time you like to copy/write the files on
> the Windows server.
> If they need to be processed somehow on the UD side, create a task that is
> either time dependent, cyclical or signaled by Windows server to kick off.
> Easy Peasy and it's been rock solid for us.
> We write a transaction file on the Windows server to a Samba share on the
> HP box.
> Then write a 0 byte file telling that UV watches for, letting it know it's
> available for processing.
> We do 1000's of transactions (probably 10's of 1000's) across hundreds of
> interface directories with only 2 phantoms in very near real time.
> Robert F. Porter, MCSE, CCNA, ZCE, OCP-Java
> Lead Sr. Programmer / Analyst
> Laboratory Information Services
> Ochsner Health System
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> >>> "Israel, John R." <johnisr...@daytonsuperior.com> 3/4/2013 2:56 PM >>>
> Nightly background run every night. It has to work w/o user intervention.
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