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Set working directory programatically [message #360045] Wed, 19 November 2008 06:05 Go to next message
raywong9i
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Hi,

My company have 2 set of systems (System A & System B), their programs are located in different directorys in the same 10g App Server.
Normally, System A user can just login to use System A only and System B user can touch the System B functions only.

However, there are some users that need to access both systems.

Can anyone tell me how to achieve this ?
Can I set the working directory from System A directoy to System B directory programatically ?

Thanks!!!

Re: Set working directory programatically [message #360180 is a reply to message #360045] Thu, 20 November 2008 00:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
djmartin
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What do you mean by working directory? Is this the directory into which you write your output text files?

David
Re: Set working directory programatically [message #360469 is a reply to message #360045] Fri, 21 November 2008 02:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
raywong9i
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Hi David,

For working directory, I mean the directory that I put the forms programs. Currently, we put the programs of System A and System B in seperate folder.

But for the user that can access both system, I don't know who to do as we don't want to put all programs in one directory.

Thanks!
Re: Set working directory programatically [message #360765 is a reply to message #360469] Mon, 24 November 2008 00:13 Go to previous message
djmartin
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The PC can run more than one application at a time. Open the two systems separately.

David
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