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EarthDog
EarthDog
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Pinned topic IBM Access Client Solutions shared credentials do not work

‏2015-08-17T11:15:50Z | shared-credentials

I am trying to automate a data transfer profile from our IBM i (AS400) machine. I want this to be able to run unattended so i tried the following per instructions:


java -Djava.awt.headless=true -jar acsbundle.jar  /PLUGIN=logon /SYSTEM=xxxxxxx /USERID=xxxxx /PASSWORD=xxxx

java -jar acsbundle.jar /PLUGIN=download /userid=xxxxx c:\BI_DATA\DATA_DEF\GR_F0101.dtfx

 

The .DTFX transfer profile is set to "Shared Credentials" option in connection tab

I ahve also created system configuration with shared credentials option.

 

Any ideas?
 

  • EarthDog
    EarthDog
    3 Posts

    Re: IBM Access Client Solutions shared credentials do not work

    ‏2015-08-17T11:16:44Z  

    Related StackOverflow question here: LINK

  • EarthDog
    EarthDog
    3 Posts

    Re: IBM Access Client Solutions shared credentials do not work

    ‏2015-08-26T05:24:14Z  

    Anyone?

  • DaDave
    DaDave
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    Re: IBM Access Client Solutions shared credentials do not work

    ‏2017-01-12T13:19:55Z  
    • EarthDog
    • ‏2015-08-26T05:24:14Z

    Anyone?

    Did you find a solution to that one - facing the same issue 1st logon than execute remotecommand?

  • CED_FCR
    CED_FCR
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    Re: IBM Access Client Solutions shared credentials do not work

    ‏2017-10-16T14:44:07Z  
    • DaDave
    • ‏2017-01-12T13:19:55Z

    Did you find a solution to that one - facing the same issue 1st logon than execute remotecommand?

    Same problem here.

    S.O.: Linux CentOS 7.3

    I utilize /PLUGIN=logon first and it works (it says to), then with /PLUGIN=rmtcmd but it blocks requesting authentication so it's not possible to make a shell script.

    Have someone got any solution?

     

    Thanks

     

    Updated on 2017-10-16T14:47:39Z at 2017-10-16T14:47:39Z by CED_FCR