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Not able to write files to Windows directory form AIX Server -using NFS

Hi Friends,

I have target directory which is located in Windows based directory. But my server (PI) is installed in AIX environment.

my IT guy has created a mount point on my PI server for this windows based shared directory.

if i check on my SAPPI server , i can see this file on path nfs\share\Outbound

i have configured PI file adapter using NFS and given my target directory path as

srv123:/nfs/share/Outbound


Communication channels status says Message processing failed. Cause: com.sap.engine.interfaces.messaging.api.exception.MessagingException: Target directory

'/usr/sap/SID/DVEBMGS00/j2ee/cluster/server0/srv123:/nfs/share/Outbound' does not exist

I am not able to figure out why this default path '/usr/sap/SID/DVEBMGS00/j2ee/cluster/server0/ is appended to my path.

Experts please suggest how can i write files to my mounted shared directory nfs/share/Outbound using NFS(not FTP)

Regards

Sandeep sharma

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2012 at 09:56 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    You can use NFS when you have the files in PI server. I think for your requirement you have to use FTP protocol.

    Thanks,

    Satish.

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2012 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Sharma,

    Try this:

    \\srv123\nfs\share\Outbound

    it may work.

    Regard

    Gagan

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    • Former Member Gagandeep Batra

      hi

      full path is

      srv123:/nfs/share/Outbound

      i tried with this path also but i am getting error directory does not exists and can not be created.

      If i create test file from AIX then it is being created successfully.

      Please suggest


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