[jcifs] Problems with SmbOutputFileStream.write() to a NetWare-Server

Rudi Synoradzki RSynoradzki at gmx.net
Wed Dec 3 23:10:40 GMT 2003

Hello and thanks for the quick respond.

Win2000 replies on net helpmsg 64: 
"The requested network name was no longer found"

I also found a Novell TID concerning smb errors:

As additional info:
I connect to //server/share/... with the default user credentials stored  
using the Config.class. I am just running a Workgroup and don't have a Domain 
or ADS. 

My program is a webapp running on mdk9.0 with tomcat 4.1 and java runtime 
1.3.1_06 and smbclient 2.2.7. (Yes I know, I could connect using NFS but I'd 
like to use CIFS to be platform independent).

I take a trace (tomorrow - its midnight in Europe) and send it to Mike 
directly or should I send it to both of you?


> Just FYI, the SNIA doc lists error #64 as
>   ERRsmbcmd  64  The server did not recognize the command received.
> Sounds as though we *might* be calling an SMB that isn't implemented on
> that server.  As Mike says, though, can't know nothin' 'till we see a
> trace and know which jCIFS you're running.
> Chris -)-----
> On Wed, Dec 03, 2003 at 03:54:41PM -0500, Michael B Allen wrote:
> > > I am running jCifs against a NetWare 6 SP3 Server running NFAP/CIFS. I
> > > get an
> > > error [ERRSRV/64] when trying to write into a file on a CIFS-Share on
> > > my server, although the file is being created (with 0 bytes).
> >
> > 99% chance we can't do anything without a packet capture. Can you get one
> > with NetMon or Ethereal and send it to me directly?
> >
> > Also, which version of jCIFS are you using?
> >
> > Also, I don't have a windows machine handy but what do you get if you do:
> >
> > c:\> net helpmsg 64
> >
> > ?
> >
> > Mike
> >
> > --
> > A program should be written to  model the concepts of the task it
> > performs rather than the physical world or a process because this
> > maximizes the  potential for it  to be applied  to tasks that are
> > conceptually similar and, more  important, to tasks that have not
> > yet been conceived.

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