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It looks like you are not referencing the correct path of the application.
You can check this by doing the following.
1.At the FDM login screen choose add application
2.enter your username/password
3.select the problem application and click on modify
4.In the General Tab - under the path - check for the correct path reference for eg : \\servername\folder1\App_name1.
5.If you copy and paste this path in windows-> Run then it should open up as that folder. That should confirm the correctness.
let me know if this helps
Generally the application path would be as follows:
If you were to copy/paste your "App Path" into windows explorer can you get to that location?
Yes that should open up a new window and show you the fdm application folder.If its not opening up as expected then you have a wrong path referenced by the app
Sorry, wasn't trying to step on your reply there, we must have been typing at the same time!
No problem JDN....as long as the issue is fixed it does not matter to me ....
When you say 'your computer', you are not referring to the original server where the application was created initially?
First thought would be some type of permissions issue with that folder and the account(s) on your machine.
Thanx to all.
Application path is not accessible in Windows.. What user is used to connect this application folder in Workbench? The same as specified on Database tab or current Windows user?
The user you are logged into windows with on the machine that is launching the workbench client.
And it couldn't be changed? It means that connection via Workbench from one machine to FDM application on another machine (these machines in different domains) is impossible, am I right?