• Subject: RE: Adding text to an IFS file
  • From: "Leland, David" <dleland@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Dec 1997 08:45:14 -0500

Yes, but when I do a WRKLNK, I can see one of the headings says "Text". 
And if I go into /java/demo/WebServer, I can see some "Attributes" of
"Plain Text".  How do those get there?

Dave

>----------
>From:  John Carr[SMTP:74711.77@compuserve.com]
>Sent:  Wednesday, December 03, 1997 6:10 PM
>To:    Midrange-L
>Subject:       Adding text to an IFS file
>
>
>
>RE:    Adding text to an IFS file
>
>>Has anyone found a way to add text to an IFS file (other than in
>>QSYS.LIB or QDLS) -  either through an API, command, or program?
>>Thanks,
>>Dave
>
>Dave
>That's the beautiful thing about emulating a PC file structure. 
>You get the PC's innate ability NOT to have text. (And all that other
>stuff
>we take for granted when using the DSPOBJD.)
>
>So the IFS lives up to(or down to) the level of the file system it is 
>emulating.  
>
>"Just Like A PC File System". 
>
> (now removing tongue from cheek)
>
>'nother words 'don't think ya can'
>
>John Carr
>EdgeTech
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