And this can be run from an HLL like CL, as follows:

qsh cmd('chmod -R u+w manuals')

One could build a command with the path to the folder, maybe with authorizations, and feed the above statement.

HTH
Vern

At 10:07 AM 3/31/2004 -0700, you wrote:
-snip-

Let's assume (!) that user joe own directory manuals and all the files
contained within it, including any subdirectories.  Then the QSH command
to give user joe all write access is:

chmod -R u+w manuals

The '-R' argument makes it recurse through all subdirectories.

-snip




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