don't use //@/ ? maybe copy it to the appserver first and use the nsh path to the file on the appserver ?
The @ was just one part of the test.
I think it just does not work locally at all, as i just found out, when you copy the file to whatever server, once you call the
createVirtualGuest with the full NSH-Path so using //host/path_tp_xml/xml then it just works.
Yeah – probably it’s the appserver calling out to that nsh path.
the documentation has an example :
notes the "//host/..."
usually, when the blcli documentation has example with NSH path style, then it usually means it needs to be on a server with an rscd agent installed.