ghorchem Absent Member.
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5082 ERROR_STARTUP_ERROR unable to write to applicationPath

trying to reinstall SSPR 4.4 i tried to access the /sspr page and got the error: 5082 ERROR_STARTUP_ERROR (unable to write to applicationPath /sspr-data) how do i fix this. thanks.
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Re: 5082 ERROR_STARTUP_ERROR unable to write to applicationPath

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Re: 5082 ERROR_STARTUP_ERROR unable to write to applicationP

I also experienced this with a lab-setup (fresh install SLE12.4) , so i used the suggested path (/etc/opt/microfocus/sspr),created manually (as root) and ran into this problem.

To examine the problem i set the rights to that path to world-writable (chmod 777) from /etc/opt/microfocus and down ... just to see under which user stuff got written.
Turns out its the user tomcat, so i then cut back the rights to 744, set the owner and group of the folder (recursively) /etc/opt/microfocus to tomcat ( chown )

I did test to only have the group changed to tomcat and owner root, but that was a no-go - same error appeared

Hope this helps,

Michael Honkoop
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