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[LDM #WLE-664327]: GEMPAK support



Hi Steve,

re:
>> So, what Kevin did works, but the question is why his specifying
>> the fully qualified pathname for the same FILE action did not.
>
> I agree. That's why I indicated there might be some other problem.

I understand, but how do you explain his "solution" of specifying
<datadir-path> for 'pqact' in the LDM registry to be '/', and
then setting his FILE action to write to 'data/gempak'?  To me
this almost says that the CWD is being added onto the beginning
of the already fully-qualified pathname in FILE actions.  If this
is the case, it is a problem that needs addressing.  If it is
not a problem, I have a problem explaining why one of Kevin's
settings did not work while another does.

re:
> Is Shemp still active? It does a lot of filing and could be used for testing 
> if
> it's still available.

I don't know as I have never been a big user of shemp.  gale, on the
other hand, is running.  I will poke around on gale to see if anything
jumps out at me (this will be more tricky as I think that Ryan is still
using gale to do something specific).

re:
> I believe the "-log" option will log the pathname of the output file.

I'll give this a try on gale.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: WLE-664327
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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