What I do is writing file lines to an external volume (//192.168.2.6/XML)
with writeln(). The files are empty. Is this a network related problem?
I believe so. I'm on a Mac connected to shares via SMB. I have no problem running this snippet.
var myFolder = Folder.selectDialog (undefined); var myFile = new File (myFolder.fsName + "/myFile.txt"); myFile.open ("w"); myFile.writeln ("Some text"); myFile.close(); myFile.execute();
Edit. Just a friendly advice: Save yourself the trouble and get Windows. We've had so many network issues with Mac workstations and Windows/Unix shares. The fonts alone is whats forcing us to use InDesign for Mac. Unfortunately we have loads of non-opentype fonts.
Message was edited by: Rasmus Olsen
This is probably because you are using extremez-ip?
What does this software exactly?
I've tested the snippet via smb and the direct ip (extreme IP) - both are succesfull. It could be your network settings? I'm no network expert, but extreme IP solves the Mac data/ressourcefork problem (ie. Windows filesystem does not see the ressource fork), and its way faster than the smb protocol, and theres something about security and how users logon (a good thing as I've understood).