I created a Python script, run by a toolbox. I am using Python shapefile to generate a point shapefile. If I run the tool locally (i.e. on the desktop) it works great. Shp, shx and dbf all writen out as expected and the points are valid.
Once I share the geoprocessing script as a service, and then run the tool via an ArcGIS server connection on a remote PC, the only file that writes out is the .shp file. And of course without the .shx and .dbf the .shp file can't be used.
Any ideas on why once the geoprocessing script runs server side, all the files aren't generating for Python library Shapefile?
Any other ideas on how to simply write out a point shapefile using Python?
I know typically a code snippet, is desired, but the code runs locally it's only server side where there is an issue writing the files to a client via, ArcCatalog.