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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
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Old 7th September 2006, 01:12
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Baan: BaaN IVC2 - DB: Oracle 8i - OS: Solaris
Call a Shell using AFS

Hi All:


Please some one can help me?. I have the following problem:

I need create a File in the Operating System using AFS.

I made a Baan Sesion that use a Shell Command to do this, this work ok,

but I called this sesion from Lotus Notes, with Normal AFS, all is ok, but when I trace with debugger, the return code for the shell line is 2 .

I don´t know what must be occur.

Help me please.
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Baan: BaaN IVC2 - DB: Oracle 8i - OS: Solaris
Call Shell Script Using AFS

Mi Enviroment data are:

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Operatig System Solaris 9

thanks
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