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urgent help needed with File in eway using stcewfile.exe in MONK

urgent help needed with File in eway using stcewfile.exe in MONK

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Hi,
I am using monk stcewfile.exe in config to input a flat file and convert it to HL7 in egate. I am having the following problem

It seems in order for the inbound eWay to pickup the file, the file has to arrive first(at this time eWay has to be in OFF state) and then the eway needs to be started. If the eway is already RUNNING, it is not picking up the file and  giving "unable to open the file" error in the log file.

Please let me know how to correct this and let the eway pick up the file wheever there is a new file.
Thank you for your help
aashu

RE: urgent help needed with File in eway using stcewfile.exe in MONK

My first thought is that you are on unix and there is an ownership or permissions problem.

RE: urgent help needed with File in eway using stcewfile.exe in MONK

If you are using a windows server create a local ftp server using IIS.  Change the eway to a ftp eway and connect via ftp to get the file.  I have found that the file eways are sometimes unreliable.

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