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). -- ____________________________________________________________ Glenn Holmer email@example.com Programmer/Analyst phone: 414.908.1809 Weyco Group, Inc. fax: 414.908.1601
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