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Having an issue with downloading files from amazon using VFP 9 on WinOS8. Error text is below. Looks to be OS permissions issue but am not sure. Any tips to resolve are greatly appricated.

ChilkatLog: S3_DownloadFile: DllDate: Jul 10 2013 ChilkatVersion: UnlockPrefix: Anything for 30-day trial Username: WORKPC:clee Architecture: Little Endian; 32-bit Language: ActiveX VerboseLogging: 0 hcCurDate: Thu, 01 Aug 2013 00:17:17 -0400 hcExpire: 11/2013 bucketName: cdrlogs objectName: amz1vpibp2/07/28/13/amz1vpibp2.amz1.vcity.com-opensips.cdr-2013-07-28T00:30.gz localFilePath: c:lobtool stringToSign: GET

Thu, 01 Aug 2013 04:17:17 +0000 /cdrlogs/amz1vpibp2/07/28/13/amz1vpibp2.amz1.vcity.com-opensips.cdr-2013-07-28T00:30.gz Host: cdrlogs.s3.amazonaws.com Authorization: FB3F646A:6tiTsF7UoPOswOl7g99caGycq+E= backgroundThread: 0 url: http://cdrlogs.s3.amazonaws.com/amz1vpibp2/07/28/13/amz1vpibp2.amz1.vcity.com-opensips.cdr-2013-07-28T00:30.gz toLocalPath: c:lobtool localFileAlreadyExists: 1 openForReadWriteWin32: Failed to open file (2) localFilePath: c:lobtool currentWorkingDirectory: d:clee_pcwork_datavcityanalytics osErrorInfo: Access is denied. localWindowsFilePath: c:lobtool --openForReadWriteWin32 totalElapsedMs: 0 ContentLength: 0 Failed. Failed. --S3_DownloadFile --ChilkatLog

asked Aug 01 '13 at 00:27

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got it to work...looking at example the lcLocalFilePath parameter should contain just file name and not path as the file will be copied to the working dir.


answered Aug 01 '13 at 00:34

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