Dave Wall wrote:
> All I am saying is only "special" user profiles get to work with folders
> (the QDLS file system).  When folders came out many years ago it was
> foreign to the AS/400.  After all, what is a hierarchical file system doing
> on the AS/400?  To make the system 'safe', only user profiles that were
> entered into a special directory were allowed access to folders.  By
> directory I don't mean a directory in ifs (created by MKDIR), I mean a
> table on the iSeries.  WRKDIRE is the command you use to work with the
> table.  Sign on a green screen and do WRKFLR (work with folders).  If it
> doesn't work there is a good chance you are not in the table.  Or, sign on
> to a green screen and do WRKLNK '/qdls/*'.  If you get 'file system error'
> there is a good chance you are not in the table.
>
> Not being in this table, and not be authorized to QDLS are the only two
> reasons I can think of for not being able to access the QDLS part of the
> file system.  I was able to put to a folder in QDLS using a small testcase
> that used FTP.

Thanks very much, that was indeed the problem (ADDDIRE).

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