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How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

(OP)
How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the network drive, but my executable file will not work with it. Network uses Novell NetWare.

RE: How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

I would check your rights to that directory and to that file as a first step.

Mike
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Mike_Lacey@Cargill.Com

RE: How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

(OP)
Mike,

I want to append test data to network files from some product testers in an assembly area. The computers have a ROM DOS which is not able to append to files. The ROM DOS copy command (and the other commands)work fine with the network.

I suspect I am not properly addressing or "mapping" the network from my C code.

Thanks for your response. If you can help,please do!

RE: How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

I had a quick look at www.rom-dos.com and idd no see any mention of support for IPX networks - just IP. Are you sure that rom-dos supports Netware drive mappings?

Regards

Mike
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Mike_Lacey@Cargill.Com

RE: How do I append data to a file on a network drive? DOS recognizes the

(OP)
*** My data transfer now works. ***
The problem was a faulty network driver.

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