No access to shared device for triggered jobs

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No access to shared device for triggered jobs

Hi,

my automatically scheduled jobs fail to run because access is denied to a shared device (where a file is located we need to access).
Each Talend User has full rights to this shared device and job is working correctly when starting in TIS locally as well as when starting job manually via TAC.

When job is automatically run in TAC using trigger I've got error messages (access denied).

What user is taken by TAC to run jobs?
We're using Windows 2003.

Thanks, Reiko
Community Manager

Re: No access to shared device for triggered jobs

Hi
Make sure the user who launch the job server has full rights to access the folder/files.

Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business
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Re: No access to shared device for triggered jobs

Hi Shong,

JobServer is started as a service.
I don't assign a specific user, at least I am not aware of it.
What user is taken?

Thanks, Reiko
Community Manager

Re: No access to shared device for triggered jobs

Hi
- For testing, launch the job server directly instead of starting it as a service.
- Are the tomcat server and the job server installed on the same machine?
- It must be an access issue of system user, not Talend User.

Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business

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