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Error 7077 in Linux ADS

Hi, I have an ADS V 11.x running under last Ubuntu server.

Have a folder on root folder called data with advantage ( user and group ) rights and inside have several folder with separate corporation data files , each one with its own data dictionary. This is working perfect.

Now I need to add some new data from a local ads database to a new folder. My steps were the next.

. Copy all the data files with winscp

- Run again the setpermission.pl script to change the rights to this new folder

- Create a new connection with ARCHITECT to this new folder exactly as I have the others running ok and changing only the folder where this new data its located.

And in this point it is when try to open this new connection, it gives me the 7077 error.

What can be wrong and how can I solve it ?

Many thanks

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  • Posted on Mar 30 at 08:53 PM

    take a look at note 2283447 to see if it is relevant

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  • Posted on Mar 31 at 07:49 AM

    Check out ads_err for details. Maybe it's just a lowercase-issue.

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  • Posted on Mar 31 at 07:16 PM

    Thanks Joachim , that works but dont understand why. Just changed the DD name from upper to lowercase and works. But have another DD on the same server that are some in capital letter, other in lower and other in upper and works fine all.

    Best regards

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  • Posted on Apr 01 at 08:29 AM

    Leonardo,

    Linux has a case-sensitive file system. So the case always matters. The client sends in a filename to open ... and depending on how this is sent, ADS searches for the file. You can bypass this behaviour by always using lowercase for both, path and filenames (including index files, table files, ...) and set LOWERCASE_ALL_PATHS to 1 in ads.conf.

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