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"Invalid Directory" response to file choose component

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I have a file chooser component in a form we use for checking files into our repository.

I am attempting to add a new repository and have everything completed as per documentation I made on this process a while back, but after selecting the repository staging location and then clicking on the button to select the file to check in (the file chooser component), the return is '

Invalid directory: "/kintana/prod/VC/STAGING/Workday"

Has anyone seen this before?  And if so, what attempts were made to resolve it?

 

Thanks,

Steve

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Commodore Commodore
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OK - I get to eat crow on this one - I had set up my repository on one box, but unwittingly created the environment in PPM pointing to a different box. So it was exactly what it said it was - an Invalid Directory... <sigh>

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OK - I get to eat crow on this one - I had set up my repository on one box, but unwittingly created the environment in PPM pointing to a different box. So it was exactly what it said it was - an Invalid Directory... <sigh>

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