This I alluded to when I discussed learning the unix, or QSHELL, way.  The 
unix way will allow you to drill down the various directories.  How to do 
that would be best pointed out by the QSHELL experts on the list.


Rob Berendt
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Steve and Rob:

Thanks for your tips. This command works fine for an
explicitly shared object, or a group of objects at the
end of a wildcard path.

So CHGAUT OBJ('MANUALS') USER(JOE) DTAAUT(*RWX/NONE)
OBJAUT(*ALL/NONE) 
grants or removes authority for "JOE" on shared object
"MANUALS" (a folder).

However, CHGAUT OBJ('MANUALS/*') USER(JOE)
DTAAUT(*RWX/NONE) OBJAUT(*ALL/NONE)
grants or removes authority for "JOE" on objects
immediately under "MANUALS", but not "MANUALS" itself.

The second command doesn't affect objects further down
the path, so to grant authority for objects in a
folder called "/MANUALS/REDBOOKS", it seems I have to
issue another CHGAUT for the folder contents.

Is there another type of wildcard to include the
entire contents of the path in one shot, or am I
missing something obvious?

Thanks,

Will Galloway


--- Steve Landess <sjl_123@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Will Galloway wrote:
> > Subject: OPS Navigator multiple file permissions
> 
> 
> > I'm using Operations Navigator with Client Access
> > (Express) V5R1. Our AS/400 is at V4R5. We have a
> large
> > shared file structure under IFS/root for access by
> > Windows PC's. From time to time I need to enable
> write
> > access to a group of files or folders for a
> particular
> > user. Just adding a user to a folder does not
> provide
> > write access to the files inside, since they are
> also
> > individual objects. So the only option is to add
> > permission to individual files one by one, or give
> the
> > user permissions on a new folder, and copy all the
> > files in and back out of the folder.
> >
> > Since these are cumbersome and time-consuming
> > operations, is there any way to add permissions
> for a
> > user to a group of files/folders simultaneously?
> 
> 
> Will,
> Not through the Ops Navigator, AFAIK.
> 
> You can do it via green screen with the CHGAUT
> command.
> 
> Example -
> To give QPGMR all authority to all files beginning
> with 'cus' in the /TMP
> folder:
> 
> CHGAUT OBJ('/tmp/cus*') USER(QPGMR)
> DTAAUT(*RWX) OBJAUT(*ALL)
> 
> HTH,
> Steve Landess
> Austin, Texas
> (512) 423-0935


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