LISTFILE



LISTFILE


Lists file and directory attributes through the use of 13 options.
The main differences between LISTFILE and LISTF are:

 1) LISTFILE accepts HFS syntax for filenames, but LISTF accepts only MPE syntax.
2) LISTFILE supports selection equations and other filtering parameters not
 available via LISTF.
 3) LISTFILE is able to display information for TEMP files, whereas LISTF only
processes permanent files.

SYNTAX


LISTFILE [fileset[,fileset[,...]]]
[[;FORMAT=]format_opt]
[[;SELEQ=]select_eq]
[[;NAME=] pattern]
[;PASS]
[;{PERM} {TEMP} {PERMTEMP}]
[;USENAME] [;TREE] [;NOTREE]

PARAMETER


fileset The set of files you want listed. The default
for fileset is @, meaning all MPE-named files in
your current working directory (CWD). If fileset
includes more than one file, be sure to separate
the file names with commas and enclose the set
in parentheses, for example:

:listfile (test1,test2,test3)

The files named in the fileset parameter can be
either in MPE or HFS syntax (explained below).
The file names dot (.) and dot-dot (..) have
special meaning, that is, current directory and
the parent of the current directory, respectively.

Using Wildcards

You may use the @, ? and # characters as wildcards
in any position in the file name. You may use the
- character as a wildcard in any position except
as the first character of the file name. These
wildcards have the following meaning:

@ matches 0 or more characters

? matches any single character

# matches a single digit

[ ] matches one character specified between
the brackets. If used within brackets
([ ]), the hyphen hyphen (-) means a range
of characters. For example, "[c - g]" means
all the characters between c and g inclusive.
The character on the left must
alphabetically precede the character on the
right.

- If used immediately after the left bracket
([), or just before the right bracket (]),
hyphen (-) means the character '-' itself.
For example, "[a-c]" means one of 'a', 'b',
or 'c', whereas "[-a-c]" or "[a-c-]" means
one of 'a', 'b', 'c', or '-'.

It is illegal to specify [c-a], or [a-A]
since 'c' does not alphabetically precede
'a' and uppercase 'A' comes before lowercase
'a' (in ASCII character evaluation). Also,
it is legal to specify [A-z] and any legal
special characters.

MPE Syntax

If fileset does not begin with the dot or slash
(indicating HFS syntax), it is parsed according
to MPE syntax and has the following form:

filename[.groupname[.accountname] ]

A LISTFILE command using MPE syntax
does not display files that do not follow the
traditional MPE naming conventions of up
to eight character names for files, groups
and accounts.

If the fileset parameter does not specify groupname,
all MPE-syntax files in the CWD are listed
irrespective of whether the CWD is an MPE group or
not. For example: "LISTFILE @" lists MPE-named files
in the CWD; whereas, "LISTFILE @.@" lists all
MPE-named files in all groups in logon account --
independent of the CWD location.

If the CWD is not an MPE group, the information
about the file is displayed in the new format as
discussed below.

You may have an MPE group that also contains files
with HFS syntax, for example, they are lowercase,
have long names, or contain special characters.
To see both MPE and HFS files in a group, type,

LISTFILE ./@

HFS Syntax

If the fileset begins with a dot (.) or a slash
(/), it is assumed to be in HFS syntax. The
characters composing the name may be selected
from the following set:

a-z
A-Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 - _ .
$ % * + : ^ ` { | } ~

If the fileset parameter begins with a slash (/),
the pathname is assumed to be an absolute pathname;
otherwise, begins with a dot and is a relative (to
the CWD) name.

If fileset ends in a slash, it is treated as a
directory name, and pattern is used to determine
the file names that match. All the directories and
files that match fileset are found and searched
recursively to display the files and directories
that match pattern. For example, if fileset is
/SYS/@/, all files and subdirectories within
SYS, and all files and directories within those
subdirectories are displayed. The default for
pattern is @.

If fileset does not end in a slash, all files that
match fileset are displayed. For example, if
fileset is "/SYS/@", you will see a list of all,
files, subdirectories and groups in the SYS
account (directory), but not any files or
subdirectories underneath SYS.

If you have specified TREE, a trailing slash is
assumed at the end of the fileset. For example,
the command "LISTFILE /SYS/@;TREE" behaves like
"LISTFILE /SYS/@/". On the other hand, if you
specify NOTREE, the trailing slash, if present at
the end of a fileset, is ignored. Hence, the
command "LISTFILE /SYS/@/;NOTREE" behaves like
"LISTFILE /SYS/@".

format_opt A format selection. This parameter has no effect
on the files selected for display, but affects the
information about the files that you see. If
fileset begins with a dot (.) or slash (/), or if
the CWD is different from your current MPE group,
or if you specify the ;TREE option, then you will
see the HFS output style. This, in part, means:

o Account, group, and directory names will end in a slash (/).

o File names will appear at the end of the output lines.

o Output begins in column two so that you
can more easily detect filename wraparound
from the previous line (which, if wrapping
occurs, will begin in column one).

The following table displays the format options available.

Format Options
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Option Name Displayed Information
---------------------------------------------------------------------

-2 ACD Displays the file's ACD (access control
definition). System Managers can view the ACD
for any file. Account Managers can view the ACD
for files in that account. File creators can
view the ACD for their files. Other users can
view an ACD only if that ACD specifies that the
user has RACD (read ACD) access.

For each directory, it displays PATH=absolute
directory name ending in a slash. Next, for each
HFS file within the directory, it displays the
same information as MPE, except that it displays
the file name (at most 255 characters) at the
end of all other information.

-1 LABEL Shows only the file label in hexadecimal.

0 FILES For each file, shows the name of the file
in a multicolumn format. This is the default.

1 SUMMARY Displays the file name, file code, record size,
record format, and other file characteristics
such as ASCII or binary records, carriage-
control option, file type, current end-of-file
location, and the maximum number of records
allowed in the file.

2 DISC Displays the file name, file code, record size,
file type, current end-of-file location, and the
maximum number of records allowed in the file.
It also displays the blocking factor, number of
sectors in use, number of extents currently
allocated, and the maximum number of extents allowed.

3,-3 DETAIL;PASS
DETAIL Displays the file name, record size, extent
size, number of records, access rights for the
user, and other file characteristics including
the date created, modified, and last accessed.
The same information for MPE and HFS files is
displayed except for the following differences:

o Fully qualified MPE file name is replaced by
an absolute pathname.

o Creator field displays the fully qualified
user ID (user.acct) of the file owner.

o The SECURITY field contains an additional
field SAVE for MPE group entries. It is
blank for entries other than MPE groups.
All file access matrix fields are blank for
anything other than MPE account, MPE group,
and a file in an MPE group.

o The LOCKWORD field is omitted.

The creator, group id, and label address are
omitted in FORMAT=3. These can be obtained by
specifying -3 if you have sufficient capability
(AM or SM).

4 SECURITY Displays the security matrix for the file. This
includes account, group and file-level security,
and the access rights for the user.

For MPE groups and accounts, the security
matrix for group, account, and account-only are
displayed. The rest of the fields of the file
access matrix are blank.

For HFS directories, and files within HFS
directories, all the fields of the file access
matrix are blank. In addition, LISTFILE
displays the message "ACD EXISTS".

5 DATA;PASS
-5 DATA Shows LISTFILE,3 data and all file-specific data
in LISTFILE, 3 type format (that is, KSAM and
SPOOL). If the file has no unique data, only
the option 3 data is shown.

6 QUALIFY Shows the fully qualified (absolute pathname)
of the file.

7 UNIQUE Shows all file specific data in LISTFILE,5 type
format, but does not show LISTFILE,3 data. If
the file has no unique data, only the file name
is displayed.

8 ACCESS Shows all accessors for the listed file.

9 LOCKS Shows all format 8 data plus more details about
the processes accessing the file, including
locking data.

10 SUMMARYWIDE Shows the same data as format 1 (SUMMARY),
but in a wider format to allow for display of
larger file sizes. Also more information is given
on how each file is currently being accessed. One
or more of the following accesses can be reported
for each file; Exclusive, Read, Write, or Store.

11 DISCWIDE Shows the same data as format 2 (DISC), but in a
wider format to allow for display of larger file
sizes. Disk space consumed by each file is
reported in Kilobytes (KB) rather than 256 byte
sectors. Information on current access of each
file is displayed in the same manner as format
10.

select_eq A selection equation, used as a filter on fileset.
From the set of files matching the fileset, only
files that match the select_eq requirements are
listed. You may select on file types by using the
FTYPE option, or you may select on object type by
using the OBJECT option. Selection equations have
the following format:

[FTYPE = KSAMXL|SPOOL]
[OBJECT = ACCT|GROUP|FILE|DIR|HFSDIR|SYMLINK]
[CODE = filecode mnemonic|number|PRIV]
[ACCESS = INUSE|OPEN|LOCK[ed]|EXCL[usive]]

You must enclose selection equations in square
brackets, for example:

LISTFILE ./@ ;SELEQ=[OBJECT=DIR]

You can also use your text editor to make a file
that contains the OBJECT or FTYPE statement, for
example [OBJECT=DIR], and save it with a filename.
Thereafter, you can select this file by entering:

LISTFILE ./@ ;SELEQ=^FILENAME

The OBJECT option applies to all files, and may
have any one of the following values.

ACCT Lists only the MPE ACCOUNT directory.
The synonyms are ACCTS, ACCOUNT, and
ACCTS.

GROUP Lists only the MPE GROUP directory.
The synonym is GROUPS.

FILE Lists only the files and not
directories, groups and accounts. The
synonym is FILES.

DIR Lists only directories including
groups/accounts and the system root
directory /. Synonyms are DIRS,
DIRECTORY, and DIRECTORIES.

HFSDIR Lists only directories other than root,
accounts, and groups

SYMLINK Lists only symbolic links.

mnemonic Selects files based on the file code
mnemonic.

number Selects file based on the file code number
negative and positive values supported.

PRIV Selects files that have a negative file
code.

INUSE Selects files that are accessed in any way

OPEN Selects files that have been formally
opened via a supported language or an
intrinsic call.

LOCK[ed] Selects files that have one of three
semaphores locked. The accessor may own
the semaphore exclusively, shared or be
waiting. The three semaphores considered
are: FLOCK, OPEN, and the GUFD.

EXCL Selects only files opened for exclusive
access.

pattern When POSIX syntax is used in the fileset, pattern
is exactly the same as the filename components
of fileset as previously described. The name
parameter applies only to HFS syntax. The
LISTFILE command displays only those file names
that match pattern. For example, the following
displays all the files/groups/directories under
the SYS account that start with OFF, off, Off,
and so on.

LISTFILE /SYS/;NAME=OFF@

If pattern is specified within single or double
quotes, it is case sensitive. For example, the
following command displays all the
files/groups/directories under the SYS account
that start with OFF. It will not display names
that start with off, Off, and so on. The default
for the pattern parameter is @; that is, it
matches all names without regard to case.

LISTFILE /SYS/;NAME=`OFF@'

You cannot use the NAME parameter for an MPE
fileset because the pattern can be specified as
the part of the fileset. For example, instead of
entering "LISTFILE @.@.@;NAME=@DOC" you should
enter "LISTFILE @DOC.@.@".

PASS Use this option to display sensitive data. Using
it depends on your access rights to the data; that
is, if you are the owner or if you have AM or SM
capability.

PERM Use this option to display permanent files only.
PERM is the default.

TEMP Use this option to display temporary files. You
can only use TEMP with MPE-syntax files, not HFS files.

PERMTEMP Use this option to display both permanent and
temporary files. The permanent files are listed
before the temporary files.

USENAME The USENAME option applies only to HFS-named
filesets. Use this option to tell ``LISTFILE'' to
use the name to determine how many levels to
display. If the fileset ends in a slash (/), then
all files at all levels below the target file are
displayed. If the name does not end in a slash
(/), then only the objects at the specified level
are displayed. For example, you would enter /@/@/@
to display all objects at the third level. USENAME
is the default.

TREE Use this option to display objects at all lower
directory levels.

NOTREE Use this option to display only objects at the
specified level. The NOTREE option overrides an
HFS fileset that ends in a slash.

OPERATION

     You can use LISTFILE to list descriptions of one or more
disk files at the level of detail you select. You must have
traverse directory entries (TD) and/or read directory entries
(RD) access for the directories in the pathname of the files
that will be displayed by LISTFILE. (Refer to the ALTSEC
command for further information on directory permissions.)

For example, if the fileset is /dir1/dir@/@, you must have TD
access for the root directory (/) and dir1. Also, you must have
RD access for dir1 since the next name is wildcarded (dir@) and
have RD access to each directory within the path specified by
/dir1/dir@ since the next (and final) name is a wildcard (@).

For format options -1, -2, -3, and -5, you must have either SM or
AM capability for the file. A file description is not listed
unless the file's home volume set (PV) is mounted.

This command may be issued from a session, a job, a program,
or in break mode. Pressing [[Break]] aborts execution.

If the fileset is in MPE syntax, LISTFILE only displays file
names that follow MPE naming syntax. For example, LISTFILE @,2
will not display the file am_pm, whereas LISTFILE ./@,2 will
display the file.

If fileset ends in a slash (/) or the ;TREE option is specified,
then the contents of every matching directory will be displayed
recursively. To see just a directory name, but not all the files
under it, use the ;NOTREE option or omit the trailing slash.

EXAMPLES

LISTFILE @

FILENAME
FILE1        FILE2        FILE3    etc.


LISTFILE @.pub.office,2

ACCOUNT= OFFICE GROUP= PUB

FILENAME CODE ------------LOGICAL RECORD----------- ----SPACE----
SIZE TYP EOF LIMIT R/B SECTORS #X MX

F4 80B FA 411 411 16 144 2 *
F5 80B FA 199 199 16 64 1 *


LISTFILE hppxudc.pub.sys,8
********************
FILE: HPPXUDC.PUB.SYS
15 Accessors(O:15,P:15,L:0,W:0,R:15),Share
#S265 MIKEP.HPE P:2,L:0,W:0,R:2 LDEV: 49
#S263 JEFFV,MGR.JVNM P:3,L:0,W:0,R:3 LDEV: 47
#S261 KROGERS.MPENT P:2,L:0,W:0,R:2 LDEV: 50
#S231 SUSANC.MPENT P:2,L:0,W:0,R:2 LDEV: 46
#S219 FAIRCHLD.MPENT P:2,L:0,W:0,R:2 LDEV: 39
#S214 CATHY,MGR.BOSS P:2,L:0,W:0,R:2 REM : 15.14.16.198
#J434 FTPMON,FTP.SYS P:2,L:0,W:0,R:2 SPID: #O21905


LISTFILE hppxudc.pub.sys,9
********************
FILE: HPPXUDC.PUB.SYS
5 Accessors(O:5,P:5,L:5,W:0,R:5),Share
#S263 JEFFV,MGR.JVNM P:3,L:3,W:0,R:3 LDEV: 47
#P147 (LFCI.PUB.SYS)
ACCESS: R-excl REC#: 0 FNUM: 13
LOCKS--Owner-- --Waiter--
FLOCK
OPEN
#P154 (CI.PUB.SYS)
ACCESS: R-excl REC#: 0 FNUM: 13
LOCKS: none
#P86 (JSMAIN.PUB.SYS)
ACCESS: R-excl REC#: 336 FNUM: 16
LOCKS--Owner-- --Waiter--
FLOCK

#J434 FTPMON,FTP.SYS P:2,L:2,W:0,R:2 SPID: #O21905
#P79 (CI.PUB.SYS)
ACCESS: R-excl REC#: 0 FNUM: 14
LOCKS: none
#P47 (JSMAIN.PUB.SYS)
ACCESS: R-excl REC#: 336 FNUM: 15
LOCKS--Owner-- --Waiter--
OPEN FLOCK



HFS Examples

The sample file system below illustrates a hierarchical directory
structure. In this figure, directory names are shown as the character
d plus a number (for example, d0), and file names are shown as the
character f plus a number (for example, f1). The examples following
assume the directory structure shown. They also assume
that the current working directory (CWD) is /ACCT/GROUP/d0.

Sample File System

/ACCT/GROUP/d0 = CWD
|
-----------------------------------|---------------------------------
| | | | | |
d1 d2 d3 f1 f2 f3
| |
--------------|--------------- ----|--------------
| | | | | | | | | | |
d4 f4 f5 d5 d6 f6 d7 f7 f8 f9 f10
| | | |
---|-- ---| -----|---- --|-----------------------
| | | | | | | | | | | |
f11 f12 d8 f13 f14 f15 d9 f16 f17 f18 f19 f20


In this first example, the user sets the HPPROMPT variable to show the
current working directory, changes directories using the CHDIR command,
and requests a listing of all files one level below the CWD.

hello manager.acct,group

setvar hpprompt "!!hpcwd:"
/ACCT/GROUP:chdir ./d0
CWD is "/ACCT/GROUP/d0".
/ACCT/GROUP/d0:
listfile ./@

PATH= /ACCT/GROUP/d0/

d1/ d2/ d3/ f1 f2 f3


In the next example, using FORMAT=2 (DISC) option produces a listing of
all files one level below the CWD.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile ./@,2
PATH= /ACCT/GROUP/d0/

CODE ------------LOGICAL RECORD----------- ----SPACE---- FILENAME
SIZE TYP EOF LIMIT R/B SECTORS #X MX

16W DBH 4 67107839 1 64 2 * d1/
16W DBH 4 67107839 1 64 2 * d2/
16W DBH 4 67107839 1 64 2 * d3/
80B FA 12 12 1 16 1 1 f1
80B FA 12 12 1 16 1 1 f2
80B FA 12 12 1 16 1 1 f3


In the next example, specifying the absolute pathname produces a
listing of all entries one level below the group.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /ACCT/GROUP/@,2

PATH= /ACCT/GROUP/

CODE ------------LOGICAL RECORD----------- ----SPACE---- FILENAME
SIZE TYP EOF LIMIT R/B SECTORS #X MX

16W DBH 4 67107839 1 64 2 * *d0/


In the next example, specifying the NAME parameter produces a
listing of all entries with names beginning with a lower case "d".
The FORMAT=6 (QUALIFY) option is used to show the absolute pathname
of ll HFS entries.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /;name=`d@';format=6

/ACCT/GROUP/d0/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d1/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d4/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d5/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d5/d8/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d6/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/d7/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/d7/d9/


The next example illustrates the use of the OBJECT=ACCT parameter to
show all accounts on the system.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /;name=@,6;seleq=[object=acct];

/ACCT/
/SYS/
/TELESUP/
/TEST/


In the next example, specifying the OBJECT=GROUP parameter produces
a listing of all groups on the system.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /;seleq=[object=group];format=qualify

/ACCT/GROUP/
/ACCT/PUB/
/SYS/ALINE925/
...
/TELESUP/PUB/
/TEST/PUB/
/TEST/SPOOL/
/TEST/SPOOLSTD/
/TEST/TEMPLATE/


The next example illustrates the use of the OBJECT=DIR parameter to show
all directories on the system. This is similar to the FINDDIR UDC.


/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /,qualify;seleq=[object=dir]
/
/ACCT/
/ACCT/GROUP/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d1/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d4/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d5/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d5/d8/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d2/d6/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/d7/
/ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/d7/d9/
/ACCT/PUB/
/SYS/
/SYS/ALINE925/
/SYS/ALINK925/

.
.
.

/TELESUP/PUB/
/TEST/PUB/
/TEST/SPOOL/
/TEST/SPOOLSTD/
/TEST/TEMPLATE/


The next example illustrates a summary listing (format option 1) of all
files in subdirectory d3.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile ./d3/@,1

PATH= /ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/

CODE ------------LOGICAL RECORD------- FILENAME
SIZE TYP EOF LIMIT

16W DBH 4 67107839 d7/
80B FA 12 12 f10
80B FA 12 12 f7
80B FA 12 12 f8
80B FA 12 12 f9


The next example illustrates a detail listing (format option 3) of all
files in subdirectory d3.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile ./d3/@,3
********************
FILE: /ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/d7/

FILE CODE : 0 FOPTIONS: DIRECTORY
BLK FACTOR: 1 OWNER : **
REC SIZE: 32(BYTES) GROUP ID: **
BLK SIZE: 32(BYTES) SECURITY--READ :
EXT SIZE: 0(SECT) WRITE :
NUM REC: 4 APPEND :
NUM SEC: 64 LOCK :
NUM EXT: 2 EXECUTE :
MAX REC: 67107839 **SECURITY IS ON
FLAGS : NO ACCESSORS
NUM LABELS: 0 CREATED : TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 2:20 PM
MAX LABELS: 0 MODIFIED: TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 2:23 PM
DISC DEV #: 1 ACCESSED: WED, JUL 22, 1992, 12:05 PM
SEC OFFSET: 0 LABEL ADDR: **
VOLCLASS : MPEXL_SYSTEM_VOLUME_SET:DISC
********************
.
.
.

FILE: /ACCT/GROUP/d0/d3/f9

FILE CODE : 0 FOPTIONS: ASCII,FIXED,NOCCTL,STD
BLK FACTOR: 1 OWNER : **
REC SIZE: 80(BYTES) GROUP ID: **
BLK SIZE: 80(BYTES) SECURITY--READ :
EXT SIZE: 13(SECT) WRITE :
NUM REC: 12 APPEND :
NUM SEC: 16 LOCK :
NUM EXT: 1 EXECUTE :
MAX REC: 12 **SECURITY IS ON
MAX EXT: 1 FLAGS : NO ACCESSORS
NUM LABELS: 0 CREATED : TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 2:21 PM
MAX LABELS: 0 MODIFIED: TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 2:21 PM
DISC DEV #: 2 ACCESSED: TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 2:21 PM
SEC OFFSET: 0 LABEL ADDR: **
VOLCLASS : MPEXL_SYSTEM_VOLUME_SET:DISC


The next example illustrates the use of the FORMAT=-3 option to show
the owner of a file. To use this option, you must be the file's owner,
or you must have AM or SM capability.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /ACCT/GROUP/@,-3
********************
FILE: /ACCT/GROUP/d0/

FILE CODE : 0 FOPTIONS: DIRECTORY
BLK FACTOR: 1 OWNER : MANAGER.ACCT
REC SIZE: 32(BYTES) GROUP ID: ACCT
BLK SIZE: 32(BYTES) SECURITY--READ :
EXT SIZE: 0(SECT) WRITE :
NUM REC: 4 APPEND :
NUM SEC: 64 LOCK :
NUM EXT: 2 EXECUTE :
MAX REC: 67107839 **SECURITY IS ON
FLAGS : 1 ACCESSOR,SHARED
NUM LABELS: 0 CREATED : TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 1:10 PM
MAX LABELS: 0 MODIFIED: TUE, JUL 21, 1992, 2:16 PM
DISC DEV #: 2 ACCESSED: WED, JUL 22, 1992, 11:40 AM
SEC OFFSET: 0 LABEL ADDR: $000000E1 $0009A220
VOLCLASS : MPEXL_SYSTEM_VOLUME_SET:DISC


The next example illustrates the use of the FORMAT=4 (SECURITY) option
to display the security matrix for all objects one level below the group
(in this case, d0).

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile /ACCT/GROUP/@,4
********************
FILE: /ACCT/GROUP/d0/

ACCOUNT ------ READ :
WRITE :
APPEND :
LOCK :
EXECUTE :

GROUP -------- READ :
WRITE :
APPEND :
LOCK :
EXECUTE :
SAVE :

FILE --------- READ : FCODE: 0
WRITE : **SECURITY IS ON
APPEND : ACD EXISTS
LOCK :
EXECUTE :

FOR MANAGER.ACCT: RACD, TD, RD, CD, DD


The next example illustrates the use of the FORMAT=-2 (ACD) option to
display the access control definition (ACD) for file f4 in subdirectory
2. Note that all users (@.@) have read ACD (RACD) access for this file.

/ACCT/GROUP/d0:listfile ./d2/f4,-2

PATH= /ACCT/GROUP/d0/./d2/

-----------ACD ENTRIES--------------- FILENAME

@.@ : RACD f4


RELATED INFORMATION

Commands:   LISTF, PLISTF (UDC), LISTFTEMP, FINDFILE (UDC), FINDDIR (UDC)
            LISTDIR (UDC), LISTSPF (for spool files), ALTSEC

Intrinsics: FFILEINFO, FLABELINFO