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Yes, but after starting to use CHMOD as recommended, it's not doing what I
thought it would do.  I'm not looking for a command to change authorities of
IFS files, I'm looking for a way to change any of the 4 attributes of an IFS
file - "Read-only", "Archive", "Hidden" and "System".  Just like the DOS
ATTRIB command or the Qp0lSetAttr API let you do.  And I need to be able to
do this in a batch job (not thru Client Access or Operations Navigator).


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Klement []
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 4:35 PM
To: ''
Subject: Re: Qp0lSetAttr()--Set Attributes

Didn't you just ask this question 2 weeks ago, and get a lot of good

Here's the thread in the archives:

If there's something that we didn't understand about your question, or
something that you don't understand about the responses, please elaborate
on that, rather than asking the same question again.

On Wed, 2 Jan 2002, Leland, David wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is an equivalent Unix command for the DOS
> command?  And if so, can it be run in the QSHELL?  Or, has anyone written
> command interface for the Qp0lSetAttr API that they'd be willing to share?
> Dave

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