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File adapter created file permissions at OS

Hi,

We have a file adapter scenario and once we run the scenario at OS level the file is being created with following permissions.

<b>-rw-r----- </b> 1 xisadm sapsys 19789000 Oct 10 17:01 File10024322.txt

So it is not being processed further till we change the permisions to<b> -rw-r r </b> .

Is there any place in XI where we can change to write the file at OS with <b>-rw-r r </b> permisions.

Thanks

Sunil

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 10:12 PM

    HI,

    I don't think so. So you need to change these permissions in the OS level itself. XI will pick the file from that directory only.

    For this you can exceute Shell Script. either from XI or you can schedule as a Background job at OS level.

    Regards,

    Moorthy

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 10:56 PM

    Hi Sunil,

    In the XI Directory, just go into your file adapter objet. There, you have a field were you can specify a system command when the file is created.

    You can put the following one:

    chmod xxx %f (UNIX platform)

    I am pretty sure you know that command, if not, you'll find a lot of information on the internet.

    In that field, you can also call scripts that you would have developped, so you have a lot of possibilities to treat your file as you want.

    Best regards,

    Guislain

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