Created by: Ryan Hilfers on 15-03-2013 08:36:57 PM I've been trying to get the Record element to save to a network path e.g. \\IP\C$\Folder but that fails and it fails because the path is not a directory.. I sanity checked myself with the following code: File f = new File(\\\\IP\\C$\\Folder); and executing f.isDirectory() Which returns "true" every time (replace IP with an actual IP of course). Anyone know if it's possible to get the Record element to save the file to a network path? Thanks! -Ryan
Subject: RE: Can record element save to network path? Replied by: Ryan Hilfers on 17-03-2013 10:13:57 AM Looks like this is happening because Tomcat service is setup to logon as a local system account, thus only giving me access to the computer as \\localhost\C$\Folder works just fine.
Subject: RE: Can record element save to network path? Replied by: Patrik Englund on 06-08-2013 02:44:05 AM Use an FTP element after the Record element and you can save to network paths
Subject: RE: Can record element save to network path? Replied by: Coty Condry on 06-08-2013 11:05:20 AM I agree with Patrik that it's best to use the FTP that's built-in to the Record element. However, it's possible that the element is timing out on making that network path and might be able to get the network path to start and connect in a java class using OnCallStart or OnApplicationStart, and then the Record element may be able to access the path that was established. Also, depending on your CVP VXML server setup, you may try using a mapped network drive in Windows.