Closed as unreproducible.
ENVIRONMENT: FileNet P8 Version: 184.108.40.206 IBM FileNet Services for Lotus Quickr v220.127.116.11 Quickr Connectors 8.5 HF12b 1620 STEPS TO REPRODUCE: 1. Within the IBM FileNet Services for Lotus Quickr server (FNQS), create a new Lotus Quickr application and library in an object store. 2. As User A, start Lotus Quickr Explorer Connectors, connect to the FNQS server and add the new library. 3. Using Connectors, create a new folder in that library called e.g. "Read_Only". 4. Using Filenet Enterprise Manager, locate this new folder and open its Properties dialog. 5. In Security tab, set a differrnt user's permissions (e.g. User B) to Read-only. 6. Back in Connectors, add a new file (any type) to the root of the library. 7. Log in to Connectors on a different client machine as User B. 8. Click on the file created in step #6 and drag it into the "Read_Only" folder. 9. User B receives the error: "Sorry, you might not have access to the content you are trying to reach.", which is correct. 10. OK the message and refresh the Explorer Connectors. OBSERVED RESULTS: The file now disappears from Connectors. (It is not visible either in the library root or the "Read_Only" folder. In fact, the file now appears in the "Unfiled Documents" view under the obeject store in the Filenet Enterprise Manager. EXPECTED RESULT: After an unsuccessful move attempt the doucment should remain in the source folder. NOTES: This issue occurs in both the Lotus Notes and the Windows Explorer Connectors. Error does NOT occur when moving an entire folder to a read-only destination. In this case, the user is notified about the missing access right, but the folder including its documents remain at the source folder -> This behavior is correct.
Allow read/write access for the users to the FNQS folders.
This APAR is associated with SPR# DAMC8VLMRD. The change team could not reproduce the problem or determined that the problem has already been corrected.
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