Kevin,

Thanks for the example.  From what you've posted there, you are doing this:

Mode = S_Ixusr   // My user profile - *X only
     + S_Iroth + S_Iwoth;  // Other (*PUBLIC) *RW
Path = '/kevin/mkdirtest/newfolder' + x'00';
Mkdir(%Addr(Path):Mode);

This code looks like it was written for V3R2 with the manual x'00' and %addr().  It'd be nice to modernize that a bit to use options(*string), but the old way still works.

As the comments say, you're asking for your user profile to have *X and the public to have *RW.  in your screenshot that follows the code you show this:

*PUBLIC     *RW
KEVIN       *X

As far as I can tell, this is exactly what was expected.    Can you explain what the trouble is?

-SK

On 12/30/2019 1:14 PM, Kevin Bucknum wrote:
I'm in the root file system. I threw together an example of what I'm seeing just to make sure we are talking about the same things. And I'm on V7R3 btw.

https://code.midrange.com/076773896a.html




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