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The folder ReportCaster_Target on the GBWF1 machine is a shared folder, where Everyone has Write privilege. It works, I can perform a TABLE FILE command and save a hold file in that location and get the master and the data file.
So my real challenge is to get this to happen across a Windows Domain barrier. The routine will be running in Domain MVSRC and the location I want to drop the files to is MVDST. I don't have access to do this from MVSRC yet, but I'm experimenting within MVDST and tried the following:
0 NUMBER OF RECORDS IN TABLE= 42 LINES= 25 (FOC418) THE DISK CONTAINING THE FOCUS FILE IS NOT WRITABLE 0 ERROR AT OR NEAR LINE 30 IN PROCEDURE ADHOCRQ FOCEXEC * (FOC348) ERROR WRITING HOLD FILE DESCRIPTION TO HOLD MASTER
My guess is this is more about getting the syntax just right, not a fundamental barrier in WF in a Windows architecture.
Here's the question -- has anybody walked this path? Is there a particular way to address machines in a different domain with the APP MAP command?
The only thing I haven't tried is a "-DOS net use" command, and I don't know if my intended server allows DOS commands.This message has been edited. Last edited by: <Emily McAllister>,
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