AS/400 command to setup authority at group level to the file sending on SFTP

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Hi Friends,

When i am sending file from AS/400 to Servfin system, I can able to send file properly to the given path(ZZZ/SSS/YYY/UUU), But when they are trying to copy to their local folder(from ZZZ/SSS/YYY/UUU), they dont have permission to copy this file. they said need to setup group authority for the file what i am sending to thier system. can anyone tell me how  to setup this group authority to the file in AS/400

Thanks in advance!

Venkat

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What is the Servfin system? Another AS/400?

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  • TomLiotta
    But when they are trying to copy to their local folder(from ZZZ/SSS/YYY/UUU), they dont have permission... Who are "they"? Tom
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    It's not clear who "they" are. Are they users on your system who need to run your script? Are they users who receive your file? Please provide a description of who is having the problem. An answer for users on your system will be very different from users on the remote system. And more questions will need to be asked in either case. Tom
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