Error Message :
U0063031 FT '1662058': Cannot log on as user '*own\UC4'. Error: '1326 - Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.'
The Windows Agent doesn't recognize the *OWN notation when used in a JOBF if it is written in lowercase and will display the above error message and the File Transfer will not start. Using *OWN (uppercase) in the Login Object works fine within JOBF on a Windows Agent in the same version.
The following example is comparing the behavior of the Windows Agent in Automation Engine (AE) 10.0.7 with that of AE 10.0.6.
Create a file transfer object. Reference the User Guide > Process Assembly Perspective > Defining Objects > File Transfer Objects (JOBF).
- A source host (e.g. VWGSUP18_WS10_WX6_01_SYS - should be the same for the cross check)
- A login object for the source host (e.g. ASP:LOGIN.DEFAULT.2)
- A source file (C:\tmp\asp1.txt
- The target host (e.g. WIN_NB000502_SP6_01 - will be changed for the cross check)
- A login object for the target host (e.g. ASP:LOGIN.DEFAULT.5)
- A target file (C:\Users\UC4\Downloads\asp1.txt)
Windows Agent with Service Pack 6:
2016-03-21 15:15:44 - U0011124 Selection started with filter 'C:\tmp\asp1.txt' ... 2016-03-21 15:15:44 - U0011125 'C:\tmp\asp1.txt'
2016-03-21 15:15:44 - U0011126 Files selected: '1'.
2016-03-21 15:15:44 - U0011133 OK '25' Bytes, '0' Records for file 'C:\tmp\asp1.txt'->'C:\Users\UC4\Downloads\asp1.txt' transferred. Duration '00:00:00'.
2016-03-21 15:15:44 - U0011408 FT '1663020': FileTransfer completed.
Windows Agent with Service Pack 7:
2016-03-21 15:16:05 - U0063031 FT '1662058': Cannot log on as user '*own\UC4'. Error: '1326 - Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.’