Let's say someone ran a command like the following:
MOUNT TYPE(*NFS) MFS('gdihq:/tmp') MNTOVRDIR('/gdihq/tmp') +

Basically this says I have an existing directory called /gdihq/tmp. After I run this command the contents of /gdihq/tmp will now be showing everything in the /tmp directory on the remote system gdihq.
I really don't want to rely upon finding this in some source code, or relying upon the naming convention used above.

It's an RPG program utilizing this:
/include routines/qrpglesrc,ifsio_h
/include routines/qapisrc,qp0lstdi_h

A little review shows that this may be utilized. (I didn't write this program and assume it's downloaded code standing on the shoulders of giants.)

Rob Berendt

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