Using the DSXImportService and SyncProject .sh or bat files can generate a permission denied error
Customers running the java command line apps DSXImportService and SyncProject will have orb trace files generated in the directory from where the application is being run. Sometimes, the user does not have sufficent rights for the file to be written to the directory and an exception is created and displayed. The exception does not interrupt application processing.
When running either the DSXImportService or SyncProject command an exception statement displays within the command window. Example:
com.ibm.rmi.ras.Utility.newWriter: could not write to orbtrc.18092012.1654.58.tx
t : java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\IBM\InformationServer\ASBNode\bin\orbtrc.1
8092012.1654.58.txt (Access is denied.)
The DSXImportService and SyncProject applications attempts to create the orbtrc files in the directory from which the application is being run. If the user does not have sufficient write access privileges to this directory, an exception message is generated.
Resolving the problem
To prevent the exception, perform one of the following steps:
- Modify the permission to the directory to which the orb trace file is being written.
- Run the application from a directory that you have write access to.
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