From time to time when trying to create a new data flow on Data3Sixty Analyze Server version you may encounter the following error...
NOTE: this is a known issue that will be resolved in a future release.
This could occur due to a number of factors:
1. You don't have the correct license - i.e. one that includes permissions. Permissions didn't exist before version 3.2.4 so please check that your license is post version 3.2.4. You can check by clicking the "i" button in the Data3Sixty Analyze directory -> Licensing. Under the "Features" section it should say "Permissions" If that feature is not present you should reach out to our sales team and speak to them about having it added.
2. You have not been assigned access Permissions to the folder. Once you've verified that you have the Permissions feature, you'll need to have an admin check the permissions on the folder that is having the problem - they need to make sure that you has some level of access.
3. Is there a folder on your default Library Paths that you don't have access to? This can occur when:
i) You no longer have access to a folder listed in your default library paths
ii) You have access to a folder listed in your default library paths, however the library path entry is set to "Search Subfolders" and there is one or more sub folders that you do not have access to.
To resolve 3(i) you should go to your Library Path settings and remove the folder from the list.
To resolve 3(ii) you should go to your Libary Path settings and either remove the folder from the list, or change it to not search subfolders.
Alternatively, if you think you should have access to the folders, then you can request that your administrator user gives you access to these folders.