Permissions are inherited from the parent folder, in your case the 
onlineads folder.

Regards Rune




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We're having difficulty accessing a file on the IFS that is created via a 
Websphere 5 app using standard java file io.  The file gets created with 
public none data authority.  When the same file is attempted to be served 
from the HTTP server it gets a permission denied:

[Tue Dec 23 14:51:11 2003] [error] [client 192.100.2.90] (3401)Permission 
denied.: ZSRV_MSG0019: Permissions on file /eCommerce/onlineads/ad_44.jpg 
deny server access, referer: 

If we manually change the ad_44.jpg's permission so *public has read 
access, it works, but we're not sure if that's the correct way to do it, 
or how to default to this behavior (other than using the toolbox to change 

the permissions).  The file is owned by QEJBSVR.

Thanks!
Duane Keys
Internet Team Leader
Information Systems
O'Reilly Auto Parts
(417) 862-2674 x1451
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