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Franccy,
Assuming you're running a Windows client, though, there's no way to make your actual home directory be on the Unix side if you're not starting your session on the Unix side. IOW, if you're running from Windows, your home directory is going to be on Windows. If you're running from Unix, it will be on Unix.
I haven't tried it, but you might be able to set up a samba share to the unix server and use that as your starting directory. That would enable those files to be visible from both sides, but they would not be "natively" on the Unix side.
Good luck.
Scott Dulecki
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Thanks, for the idea.
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There isn't a need to have a home dir on the unix server for each .NETUI user. The only home dir, you will need is for the OS user that you are using for connection manager/TOMCAT.
In .netui when a user runs a report to a file, the backend telnet session being run by the user above, will save that file to that home dir.
With the later versions of the .netui you can create a "text" printer which will allow the end user to run a report to text, and then allow them to save it locally to thier PC, or network drive, thus eliminating the need for the users to have either a samba share or FTP from the UNIX box.
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Tim Jones
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