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Unable to open the file in CV02N, CV03N

Hi,

I can not open the attached Jpg file in change mode or in display mode(other file formats are opening). I checked the settings in DC20(maintained C:\temp), DC30(maintained %auto%). Sometimes i am getting the message

File C:\Users\ssankar\Documents\SAP\~QIAinv2878_2012030 cannot be created

Message no. 26172. Sometimes i am getting the message 'This file does not having the program associated with it for performing this action'. How to fix this issue.

Regards

Sankar

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 11:12 AM

    Hi Sankar,

    regarding the error message 26172 please see the information at http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/x/5QC9Cg which might be useful to find the reason for this issue or further details.

    Regarding the message 'This file does not having the program associated with it for performing this action' I would kindly ask you to check if you have maintained the correct suffix for the affected workstation application. Because this message is normally raised when the operating system has no idea which application should be used to open the local copied file. Because with value %AUTO% the control is handed over to the operating system.

    Best regards,

    Christoph

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