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Re: Deleting the contents of a directory in the ifs



fixed

Alan,

CL command RMVLNK is one way, unless there are subdirectories. You can
also use WRKLNK and navigate to the directory in which your files and
directories live and edit (option 2) the directory. Then option 9 of the
edit function will do a recursive delete of directories, which will delete
the directory and all sub-directories.

Jim

On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 1:57 PM, Alan Shore <ashore@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi everyone
I am making a change to our system (release V5r4) where files are being
loaded to a directory in the ifs, and so far (with the tremendous help of
this list) I am accomplishing what I set out to do.
However, at the start of this process I need to clear out the directory of
EVERYTHING.
Does anyone know how to do this?
I am assuming the Qshell is the best way to go (which may or may not be
true), but it's been quite a few years since I last did ANY UNIX so the
more that I delve into this, the more that I realize just how much I have
forgotten (or didn't know)

Alan Shore
Programmer/Analyst, Direct Response
E:AShore@xxxxxxxx
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