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When trying to run a SilkPerformer test on a remote execution server, an error is returned with the message "Unable to copy file "~$scriptname.bdf.tmp"". How can I correct this?

When trying to run a SilkPerformer test on a remote execution server, an error is returned with the message "Unable to copy file "~$scriptname.bdf.tmp"". How can I correct this?

Problem:

When trying to run a SilkPerformer test on a remote execution server, an error is returned with the message "Unable to copy file "~$scriptname.bdf.tmp"". How can I correct this?

Resolution:

ANSWER
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This is a temporary file that is not needed, but has become locked. To correct this you should delete the file in the Source Control location as defined by the UNC-Path,


and also from the backup mirror folder:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Segue\SCC31\SrcCtrlMirrors\4\.Latest_\_

This will allow the actual file, as opposed to the temporary file, to be copied to the execution server.

Old KB# 24691

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