If Security/Privacy is not an issue then I suggest you create an NFS
share for a directory
on the Windows/Unix Machine (with everyone + anonymous authority)
and mount this NFS share to the IFS by issuing a Mount CMD.
MOUNT TYPE(*NFS) MFS(IP Address of Wintel machine/NFS Share Name)
like MOUNT TYPE(*NFS) MFS('192.168.89.2:/Public')
(Don't forget to add this mount CMD to your QSTRUP PGM)
You then write/copy files to this mount as if it were a local IFS Directory.
You can also manage authorities for this "Local" IFS directory.
This way no user/password/authority checking is done when writing to this
(because the everyone + anonymous authority granted .)
So any user on the iSeries can write/read to/from this NFS share.
This setup works for me for over three years, it is a bit slow but it surly
the Domain - iSeries users and password synchronization issue.
(This NFS share technique has let me side step a Single Sign On issue )
I had some good google search links I've found some years ago when I
set this up
but I misplaced them I guess.
Try Google it yourself.
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 2:42 PM, <midrange-l-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
QNTC and Domain Shares