IFS on Iseries

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After sharing a folder in the IFS i can access it via the windows network, I can paste a file in the folder but cannot delete it, I get a message "Cannot delete :There has been a sharing violation the source destination file may be in use" I have stoped & started the netserver & added my user in the sharing permissions to ALL but cannot delete the file. thanks Jo
ASKED: June 7, 2005  6:18 AM
UPDATED: March 23, 2012  3:12 PM

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If you only changed the authority at the folder level, you will also need to change the authority at the object level.

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  • Graybee
    Sounds like an authority issue.
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  • TomLiotta
    You can't delete the file because it "...may be in use". You didn't say anything about OS version/release, PC environment, how you 'pasted' the file, what service packs are on the PC, what your cumulative PTF level is... I'm pretty sure no one can tell you much about what to do except to tell us something we can base responses on. Often, a Windows app will request a lock on a file and the lock doesn't get released. Maybe the release notice isn't sent, maybe it got dropped along the way. Remote file systems have to handle locks by a kind of proxy. Sending and receiving sides need to be in sync and communicating in compatible protocols. This requires both sides to keep fixes in sync. Tom
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  • Teandy
    I usually see this when one of two things happen. 1.) The file is still open on the PC side or 2.) Although you have authority to the folder, you do not have authority to the file in the folder.
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