The WRKLNK command you need is:


That way you will see all the symlnk: like:

Opt Object link Type
.. DIR
core STMF
dev DIR
etc DIR

The *all will show you hidden files as well...

Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects

On 4/13/2011 3:54 PM, Joe Pluta wrote:
You might want to double check for your own peace of mind - do a wrklnk
and then look at the attributes for /nate. You should see SYMLNK right
at the top. The only reason I didn't worry about it is that I don't
think you can even make a hard link from the IFS to a QSYS library.


> All objects in the QSYS library are also listed in the/test/ directory. Now how
> can I get rid of the/test/ directory without deleting objects in the QSYS
> library?
> I think I made a mistake in playing with the ADDLNK command.
> -Nathan

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