|Subject:||Re: .Net file
|Date:||Sun, 13 Jan 2019 23:43:52 +0100
I always thougt that the location of the NET-file must be with a mapped
But if it's working for you...
Maybe the special user hasn't rights to the folder?
"Kevin Zawicki" skrev i meddelandet
I have a single PC, paradox 10+.
The .NET file is located on:
\\[myComputerName]\data\Pdxnet in BDE and has no problems.
PC has multiple users. All users show:
\\[myComputerName]\data\Pdxnet in BDE.
[myComputerName] is the PC Name.
Multiple users can sign in and “switch users” and have no problems.
I set up a “special” user to run automated paradox scripts on same PC, I
logged in as that user, set all up as needed, DBE checked. Runs everything
as needed interactively. Process runs with no problems interactively,
line, time, etc.
I set up the Windows task scheduler to run process as special user. Command
line is fully pathed to PDX exe and the script, with all needed switches.
However, a new NET file is created every time this task scheduled user runs
a task and created on the root of C:.
I have tried MANY combinations, verified everything, etc.
Does anyone have any ideas on why? When running “blind” it seems to ignore
the DBE .NET location and drops to C:. If I log in as that user and run
or this task, etc, it does not create the new .NET file.
I may switch the URL reference to hard C: (would not matter for this set
up) but was wondering if anyone has seen this? The install is clean and been
in place for years.