Hi
  This was the issue, I think java api rename works
okay with AS400, but the issue was with security model
in AS400 IFS folder.
File created in IFS folder takes authority of the root
folder, and some root folders where created by Qsecofr
and when a file was created in it by a programmer user
profile it could not get all the authority and so when
we tried to move to it different folder it was giving
error, this is very weird, as i was able to delete it
but not move it.
So we created new folder or changed the current folder
authorities and it works now.
hope this helps
Ashish 

--- Uma Maheswaran <uma.maheswaran@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The rename java api, has history had problem in
different platforms. On
most unix platforms, though rename would rename
across different
folders, the windows platform had issues with
renaming files across
different folders. 

In our application for any such places, we are
creating new file, and
deleting the old one. 

Mahesh.

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From: java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Dick Gregory
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 9:57 AM
To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries /
AS400
Subject: Re: Issue with IFS folder

Ashish,

Is the function actually failing? (is success being
set to false?)


On 3/27/07, Ashish Kulkarni
<kulkarni_ash1312@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi
I used to move file from one IFS folder to other
using

file.renameTo() function.

But it is not working in V5R3 does any one know
why?

Here is the java code i used
boolean success = fromFile.renameTo(new
File(backUpDir, fromFile.getName()));

Now it is not working,
any ideas why?

Ashish

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