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XML file directory path in OS4K Ver8 & in Access 500

XML file directory path in OS4K Ver8 & in Access 500

XML file directory path in OS4K Ver8 & in Access 500

(OP)
Hi guys,

Does someone know what is directory where XML file is store in Os4000 V8 & Access 500?
Does it is same for both the hardware?
Need retrieve xml from system & reinstall the system.

RE: XML file directory path in OS4K Ver8 & in Access 500

Same directory for the 4K and the Access 500/Branch. Below is valid for V6 R2, V7, V8. You can use it on V6 R1 if you can copy the firstinst-netw script onto the 4K.

cd /var/opt/firstinstall
./firstinst-netw.sh -w

It will rebuild the XML with the -w switch and tell you the filename it has created. Remember to use the platform linux, not the Assistant.

RE: XML file directory path in OS4K Ver8 & in Access 500

(OP)
Thanks for the reply guys...got the work done.

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