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The likely issue is that when you run the command you have access to the //server and when the WebFOCUS Reporting Server runs it it is not running it as you and the id it runs as does not have access to the share. run the whoami command and see who the reporting server is running as.
I did some more tests and know why it is/was not working.
It was not enough to install it under the application user which was running all the webfocus services. In addition I did the import of the keys via Developer Studio (fex). Otherwise it was creating the keychain under C:\gnupg\ instad of the users profile: %appdata%\gnupg\
! gpg --import e:\path\to\key\public.gpg
So after deleting all the keys under C:\gnupg\ and creating the new one via WF DevStudio it was working fine from DevStudio.
Now I did the first test with Report Caster and there I got the message that there is no key in C:\gnupg\ *lol*.
At least I konw know where to search...
and hopefully someone can use this information.
Thank you all for your support.
WebFOCUS 22.214.171.124 (Server + Client) Windows 2012 R2 BW, Oracle, Excel, PDF, HTML