I had problems with connection to /QDLS even when M$ network username/password were the same as the i username/password. I got around that by mapping
to the connection through an explicit mapped drive using the username/password function (Connect using a different username/password) while mapping
the drive. It worked for us and I haven't had a problem since. Like I said, even with the two being the same I still had issues.

Good luck,
Bill Epperson Jr.
Systems Communications Analyst
Memorial Health System
(719) 365-8831





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Is your userID in the system distribution directory? QDLS requires
users to have system directory entry (WRKDIRE).
Is GUEST profile enabled in your Netserver configuration? Perhaps
you're connecting as guest for some reason?
Is your network userid and password the same as your IBM-i user/pass?
If not, then I'd bet your access is by GUEST profile... Is guest
profile in the directory?

QDLS sucks.

-Eric

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"Read/Write" is on the share definition.

Michael

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Check your share definition... Perhaps it is a "read-only" share.

-Eric

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Executed #2, and reset the use count.

I was able to delete a file via OpsNav, but not through the Windows
Mapped Drive.

Michael

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What about step 2?

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Moving away from QDLS is not an option at this time.

Michael

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1 - Do whatever you can to move out of QDLS. You can use other
directories like
CALL QCMD
MD '/mydirectory'
And then you can use iNav to create a share on that and map to that.
IBM
added something called the "IFS" or "Integrated File System" back in V3
I
believe. Get to embrace it.
If you're stuck on QDLS because of either CPYTOPCD or CPYFRMPCD look at
CPYTOIMPF, CPYFRMIMPF, CPYTOSTMF, CPYFRMSTMF.

2 - Speaking of iNav, it has this nice feature to show you who has locks

on various stream files.
File systems, Integrated File Systems, QDLS (yuck), folder in question,
find file, right click on file, Properties, Use tab, see "In use:",
Details, etc.

Rob Berendt
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We upgraded from V5R1 to V5R2... we are moving to V5R4 in September.



On V5R1, via a Windows mapped drive to /QDLS/PAYROLL... the user could
delete files, after the upgrade and PTF apply the user receives an error
dialog box "file in use".



I have check permissions on /QDLS, they are *RWX.



I realize that this will be an interim problem until V5R4, but any
suggestions on how to resolve the problem would be appreciated.



TIA.



Michael Smith

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