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I have an IFS file that the system thinks is being used by another user. I tried "check in" & RLSIFSLCK to no avail. How can I make this file available to use. As a work-around, I had the user open as read-only and save as another name, but I would like to use the original file.
I would like to limit FTP client can access the specific IFS file only. What should I do in the AS/400?
I need a way in and RPG program to check to see if there is a file lock on a text document in the IFS. I know there is a way to do this for an Excel file but is there a way to do this for a text document?