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Hi,

I've a problem concerning the db/2-tools (Windows 2003 Server):

if I'm logged in as an administrator, the following script works
correctly:

db2cmd /w /i vbs\externeValidierung\transfer.cmd <db<uname<pwd>

transfer.cmd contains command like:

db2 -z %LOG_PATH%\export.log connect to %EXPORT_DB% user %EXPORT_USER%
using '%EXPORT_PW%'

But if I'm logged in as an "ordinary" user, the script terminates
immediately

All NTFS-access-rights are set correctly.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Sascha

Jan 23 '07 #1
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I dont think the original user can use DB2 client.
So try to open a db2 command window after login as "ordinary" user
Sa***************@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,

I've a problem concerning the db/2-tools (Windows 2003 Server):

if I'm logged in as an administrator, the following script works
correctly:

db2cmd /w /i vbs\externeValidierung\transfer.cmd <db<uname<pwd>

transfer.cmd contains command like:

db2 -z %LOG_PATH%\export.log connect to %EXPORT_DB% user %EXPORT_USER%
using '%EXPORT_PW%'

But if I'm logged in as an "ordinary" user, the script terminates
immediately

All NTFS-access-rights are set correctly.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Sascha
Jan 23 '07 #2

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