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BATCH-FTP-EWAY-OPERATION-ERROR

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Hi all,

I get an error running my JCAPS application using an BatchFTP adapter. With the message subject BATCH-FTP-EWAY-OPERATION-ERROR.

The message is the following:

Message: Batch FTP eWay error when doing data transfer operation in [put()], message=[com.stc.eways.batchext.FtpFileException: BATCH-MSG-M0130: FtpFileClientImpl.doTransferPut(): put got exception [com.stc.eways.batchext.FtpFileException: BATCH-MSG-M0129: FtpFileClientImpl.doTransferPut(): Failed to storeFile. Reply from ftp server is [250 CWD command successful.].].].

The error message is:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Alert xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=".\Alert.xsd">
<Id>0</Id>
<Type>Alert</Type>
<SeverityCode>2</SeverityCode>
<Severity>MAJOR</Severity>
<MessageCode>BATCH-FTP-EWAY-OPERATION-ERROR</MessageCode>
<Message>BATCH-FTP-EWAY-OPERATION-ERROR</Message>
<MessageDetails><![CDATA[Batch FTP eWay error when doing data transfer operation in [put()], message=[com.stc.eways.batchext.FtpFileException: BATCH-MSG-M0130: FtpFileClientImpl.doTransferPut(): put got exception [com.stc.eways.batchext.FtpFileException: BATCH-MSG-M0129: FtpFileClientImpl.doTransferPut(): Failed to storeFile. Reply from ftp server is [250 CWD command successful.].].].]]></MessageDetails>
<OperationalStateCode>7</OperationalStateCode>
<OperationalState></OperationalState>
<ObservationalStateCode>0</ObservationalStateCode>
<ObservationalState>UNOBSERVED</ObservationalState>
<ListenersNotified>0</ListenersNotified>
<PhysicalHostName>jcapsdr:19048</PhysicalHostName>
<EnvironmentName>BH_PROD</EnvironmentName>
<LogicalHostName>AD</LogicalHostName>
<ServerType>INTEGRATION</ServerType>
<ServerName>server</ServerName>
<ComponentType>EWAY</ComponentType>
<ComponentProjectPathName>prjBHToSATO</ComponentProjectPathName>
<ComponentName>BatchFTP2</ComponentName>
<TimeStamp>Tue Sep 06 11:16:23 EST 2011</TimeStamp>
</Alert>


What can be the problem?

Thanks for your help.

Cheers,
Andrew

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