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Problem making ABS working in Netware 6.5 NSS environment

Hi,
We are having Netware 6.5 sp3, Windows Xp sp2, Autocad Building Systems.
When creating a new ABS project, the ABS takes a copy from an allready
existing project. It takes a copy of the directory structure and
configuration files <oldprojectfilename>.apj (Autodesk Project
Informationfile). And creates a new project in a new location based on the
old data.
By information provided by the user and from the new placement, new
information should be generated in the configuration ( <new project
name>.apj -) file.

There is a possibility of editing the file in ABS, but changes will not save
to the file. Now this could be at ABS-problem, but working localy or when
mapping to a Windows share, - things works, so this is a Novell issue.

We have tried
SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED=OFF
SET LEVEL TWO OPLOCKS ENABLED=OFF

on servers but it does not help.
We have tried on cluster, ordenary NSS volumes, and traditional netware
volumes, ...no solution!

Thanks in advance for any help provided

Regards


Christian


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Re: Problem making ABS working in Netware 6.5 NSS environment

You've posted this in NFA, but no mention of it in your post. Are you
using CIFS or client32 to connect?

What happens when the save fails? Any messages?
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Andrew C Taubman
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Re: Problem making ABS working in Netware 6.5 NSS environment

Hi,
We are using client32...
... Sorry I Assume that this is not the right place for my question. (i'll
have to find out what native fileaccess really is!)
But where does this question belong?
Sorry for the inconvenience.

Regards

Christian

"Andrew C Taubman" <ataubman.RemoveThisToMailMe@novell.AndThis.com> skrev i
en meddelelse news:GUY0f.2828$GG4.922@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> You've posted this in NFA, but no mention of it in your post. Are you
> using CIFS or client32 to connect?
>
> What happens when the save fails? Any messages?
> --
> Andrew C Taubman
> Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
> http://support.novell.com/forums
> (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail)
>
> Opinions expressed above are not
> necessarily those of Novell Inc.



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Re: Problem making ABS working in Netware 6.5 NSS environment

In article <Ap31f.2970$GG4.2467@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Christian
Krabbe wrote:
> (i'll
> have to find out what native fileaccess really is!)
>

Think of it as clientless access -- Windows, Mac and Unix machines able
to access your NetWare servers without having to install the Novell
Client on any of them.

> But where does this question belong?
>

In the Support.NetWare.Client.Winnt-2X-Xp forum. Best of luck!

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp

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