I don't believe so.  Ideally you would stop using WRKFLR, or QDLS, and 
start storing them in other directories in the IFS.  They do not have that 
limitation.

Rob Berendt
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PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
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Is there a way to set authority on a folder created with the WRKFLR 
command 
to allow any and all user(s) access to it for writing out to a file 
without 
adding directory entries for all users via the WRKDIRE command?

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