Another CPYTOIMPF problem

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AS/400
CPYTOIMPF
PDF
I created a small cmd that will take any spool file and transfer it as a PDF to our “public” drive. When I call it under my usrprf, it works beautifully. But, when my operators do it,, they receive the error “CPFA0A9 “ according to IBM, the error is caused due to a password conflict and nothing more. They say as long as the AS/400 password and network password are the same and lower case, it will work. It doesn’t. I have had the users explicitly change the PW’s ensuring that they are indeed the same and lower case, but the error keeps happening. I even created a test id with the same credentials as them on both the AS/400 and network, and it works when I sign on as that. So far IBM is no help, any suggestions? Btw, the command looks like:
CPYSPLF FILE(BL9110) TOFILE(*TOSTMF) JOB(569921/TESTID/DEV_3) SPLNBR(119) TOSTMF('/QNTC/PHXFS01/PUBLIC/TEST/BL9110.pdf') WSCST(*PDF) STMFOPT(*REPLACE)

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  • pdraebel
    Have you checked authority on the Folders in the Path ? *PUBLIC should have at least Read and Execute rights to the folders in the path.
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  • Ricky1234
    CPFA0A9 - Object not found. Not password incorrect???
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