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TCE009211,TCE009101

TCE009211,TCE009101

TCE009211,TCE009101

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I have created a TC that copies the budget data from an csv file to the F0902Z1 table. TC calls also the R14110 UBE that will upload the data from Z1 to F0902.
The cvs file resides on the network on I:\...... If I run the TC local it works fine. If I run it (after package built)on the server it cannot open the csv file and I get errors TCE009211 and TCE009101.
I have tried changing the path by using the server name(where the csv file resides) and the rest of the path(\\servername\group$\Estim\.....csv)but it works fine local only.
The only thing the application does not like is the path for the input file.
Can anyone help, I am new doing this and at this point I have no idea what to do. Thank you.

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