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path·name

 (păth′nām′, päth′-)
n.
The fully specified name of a computer file, including the position of the file in the file system's directory structure.

pathname

(ˈpɑːθˌneɪm)
n
(Computer Science) computing the name of a file or directory together with its position in relation to other directories traced back in a line to the root; the names of the file and each of the parent directories are separated from one another by slashes
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This may also help for Retry 0: Timeout on pathname and Transfer Incomplete.
CVS version IDs, however, are local per file, so resolving them requires finding the corresponding filename and perhaps (where filenames are not unique themselves) even pathname.
The attributes name, description, aliasName, and pathName are intended for providing identifiers that are human-readable.
If the schematic editor uses a pathname location table to access library data, include a copy with the released schematic for future reference in order to ascertain where the "used" library data was obtained.
The ASP middleware generally requires a fully qualified physical pathname to the database.
The Page Grabber fetches pages from the Page Generator, parses them, retrieves embedded HTTP URLs and pushes them into a stack, replaces URLs embedded in the page with automatically generated file URLs, archives the updated page under the appropriate pathname, and finally recursively grabs the pages whose URLs are in the stack.
Having to identify data sets through a unique Unix pathname becomes especially difficult when the data being accessed was created by another researcher at another site.
By convention, each module declaration includes a pathname constant that points to the code for the module; this is the second parameter TK - >PATH of the load statement.
Open requests are resolved by naming building blocks that use the pathname specified by the application to locate the open-authentication building block for the file.
Watson is a Windows utility which can find a file and then display and copy its full DOS pathname to the clipboard.
Since TextWare accesses files by pathname, documents can be located on any drive, including CD-ROM or optical disk drives.
To successfully execute an attack, the attacker must either obtain or guess the username of the user visiting the website that delivers the exploit in order to predict the exact pathname to the cached content.