Batch FTP Error “Unable to open file /readi/readicclst.csv to send data.”

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I am getting error while doing batch FTP as "Unable to open file /readi/readicclst.csv to send data.". Suprisingly if i run the same interactively it works. Not sure y ?
ASKED: August 30, 2006  12:59 PM
UPDATED: August 30, 2006  1:52 PM

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Does the batch job have the same authorities to the object as your interactive job?

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  • astradyne
    Hi My first thought is "what are you doing differently?" apart from one being in batch and the other interactive. When doing the transfer interactively are you keying in the FTP commands manually, or are you running the script with the output still being sent to the screen? Are you using the same user ID for both interactive and batch? Are you sending the file from your 400 or retrieving it? Does it work every time interactively, e.g. if you did interactive, interactive, interactive, batch, interactive you would only get one failure? In your batch script, are you sure the password for the user ID is correct? Check the output log to see if there are any errors relating to logging in to the FTP server. Jonathan
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