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Reading a file from a file system

 
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Hello Everyone,

I am trying to read an xml file from a file system, but I need to connect it using a user Id and password.

In my local machine, I mapped it to a drive, so I don't mention the server name, but when I run the program from another machine, I have to connect to the file server.

What would the connection string be when I read the file, if i store the userId and password as context parameters.
 
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