XML Editor
Sign up for a WebBoard account Sign Up Keyword Search Search More Options... Options
Chat Rooms Chat Help Help News News Log in to WebBoard Log in Not Logged in
Conferences Close Tree View
+ Stylus Studio Feature Requests (1189)
- Stylus Studio Technical Forum (14595)
-> + Applying XSLT to Word DOCX/XML (2)
-> - CSV conversion via ConvertToXM... (1)
-> + Text symbols in SS not same as... (4)
-> + Exposing xquery as webservice ... (6)
-> + Syntax Identifier (2)
-> + Saving a Converted XML as an X... (5)
-> + Output document cannot be pars... (4)
-> - Archiving output from conversi... (1)
-> + EDIFACT guideline from Stylus ... (3)
-> + CSV file putting all the data ... (5)
-> + Can't install Home version 64b... (5)
-> + presale - Can I covers this sc... (5)
-> + Problem with UNB (5)
-> + Splitting EDIFACT files pipeli... (4)
-> + Problem with SAXO processor - ... (5)
-> + PDF Format Help (4)
-> + License check unreliable (2)
-> - XML related issue (1)
-> + Need help regarding pipeline o... (2)
-> + Error converting XML to EDIFAC... (4)
-- [1-20] [21-40] [41-60] Next
+ Website Feedback (249)
+ XSLT Help and Discussion (7618)
+ XQuery Help and Discussion (1985)
+ Stylus Studio FAQs (159)
+ Stylus Studio Code Samples & Utilities (364)
+ Stylus Studio Announcements (113)
Topic  
Postnext
Brian CottingsSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Brian Cottings
Date: 20 Apr 2012 01:37 PM
Has this issue been fixed yet? Looks like it has been reported continuously since ~2003, I am on 2010 and it is still a problem. Saw a post that it was still there in 2011, curious if it has been fixed in 2012?

Postnext
Ivan PedruzziSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 20 Apr 2012 02:37 PM


Hi Brian,

Could you please describe the specific scenario (editor, processor, input or output, URL format,...) in which you are using UNC paths and which OS you are running?


Thanks!
Ivan Pedruzzi
Stylus Studio Team

Postnext
Brian CottingsSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Brian Cottings
Date: 20 Apr 2012 03:58 PM
You bet. Client machine is running Win7 x64, to a Windows Server (2003). I can do a File, Open and type in \\isdev\sys\directorya\directoryb\test.xml and it will open the file just fine. Make a change to the file and click the save button and I get the message box "Failed to create the directory "\\isdev\": The specified path is invalid."

It works on a mapped drive, but I don't have enough drive letters available to have them mapped to all the different servers I would be working on. Again, its strange, the open works, the save fails.


Unknownerror(1).png
Error message

Postnext
Ivan PedruzziSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 26 Apr 2012 10:42 PM

Thanks Brain for your help.

We have been able identity the problem and prepare a fix for the next release.

Notice that that this behavior happens only on Windows Vista and Windows 7.


Ivan Pedruzzi
Stylus Studio Team

Postnext
Brian CottingsSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Brian Cottings
Date: 27 Apr 2012 10:59 AM
Thanks, would this be the next major release or a patch? Is there anyway to get notified when this fix is available in the release as we will want to upgrade to that version.

Thanks

Postnext
Ivan PedruzziSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 27 Apr 2012 11:46 PM
Hi Brian,

We have just published Stylus Studio X14 build 1814c which contains this fix.

I will contact you offline with the upgrade path information.

Hope this helps
Ivan Pedruzzi
Stylus Studio Team

Posttop
Brian CottingsSubject: Saving to a UNC path
Author: Brian Cottings
Date: 30 Apr 2012 11:47 AM
Great! Thank you.

   
Download A Free Trial of Stylus Studio 6 XML Professional Edition Today! Powered by Stylus Studio, the world's leading XML IDE for XML, XSLT, XQuery, XML Schema, DTD, XPath, WSDL, XHTML, SQL/XML, and XML Mapping!  
go

Log In Options

Site Map | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Trademarks
Stylus Scoop XML Newsletter:
W3C Member
Stylus Studio® and DataDirect XQuery ™are from DataDirect Technologies, is a registered trademark of Progress Software Corporation, in the U.S. and other countries. © 2004-2016 All Rights Reserved.