Absent Member.. Anjaiah Absent Member..
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PPM..kintana

All,

 

is it possible to move the file to destination server(application server) through kintana with different user name .

 

Both user ids are different. i.e Kintana connecting the server with different user name and file is having different user name in destination server.

 

If it is possible, please explain me.

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Outstanding Contributor.. Loc_Nguyen_PPM Outstanding Contributor..
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Re: PPM..kintana

Hi Anjaiah,

 

I think username should be common across source and destination. We are allowed to enter the password in the Package lines. The username is set in the Workflow step. 
If the usernames cannot be made common then we might have to first extract the file from source, copy the extract to the destination and then import it over there.

 

 

Hope this help.

 

 

 

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Re: PPM..kintana

If I understand your question correctly, you are wanting to have a file on server A username B be copied to server X with username Y.  In your package workflow, you should have your source and destination environments defined on the migration step.  In your environment definition for Environment A, you would define username that logs into that server with username B.  Likewise, on Environment X, you would define the username that logs into server X with username Y.  When PPM uses the ksc_copy command, it does some prechecking to validate that the file exists on the source and the target path exists on the destination and then structures the scp command utilize the username and hostname so that you can have different users between the source and destination servers.

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