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How to access Map Network Path from Websphere Application

 
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Hi Please help me how to access files in Map Network drive from application is running in websphere Application server.
OS -Windows Xp
WebSphere -6.1
The application is not recognized Map Network Drive

Thanks in Advance
YOGA
 
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Hi,
I have the same problem.
I am using a mapped drive as a file repository.
My dev computer is using win XP (RAD 7 / WAS 6.1).
When deployed locally in websphere, my app fails to list z:\\ content.
When deployed in another server (using win 2003), the same EAR can list z:\\ content.
(Of course, z:\\ is a mapped drive on both machines, and points to the same shared directory)
As a consequence, it is not possible to debug locally.
So you can try to switch to a win 2003 SP 2 machine.
Regards
 
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You are running WAS as a Windows service, right? Well, Windows services don't have any mapped drives. Provide the UNC path to the directory instead of assuming it will be on the Z: drive.
 
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