SECURE



SECURE


Restores file access matrix control for a file. The RELEASE
command suspends file access matrix control. Enabling the
file access matrix does not have an immediate effect on file
access if the file is protected by an explicit or implicit
ACD. ACDs override the file access matrix. Refer to the
ALTSEC command for more information on ACDs. (CM)

SYNTAX

     SECURE filereference


PARAMETERS

filereference       Actual file designator of the disk file whose
                    security provisions are to be restored.  Its format is:

                    filename[/lockword][.groupname[.acctname]]


OPERATION


The SECURE command restores all security provisions for a
file that were previously suspended by a RELEASE command in
this or another job.

This command can be used only for a permanent disk file
whose file label identifies the user as the creator of that
file. The SECURE command will fail if the group's home
volume set is not mounted. When the normal (default) MPE/iX
security provisions are in effect, the file must belong to
the logon account and group.

This command may be issued from a session or job, in BREAK or
from a program. Pressing [Break] aborts the execution of
this command.

EXAMPLE(S)

     To restore the file access matrix access control previously
     in effect for the file named FILE1, enter

     SECURE FILE1

        or

     SECURE ./FILE1

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Commands:   RELEASE, ALTSEC

Manuals :   Performing System Management Tasks (32650-90004)
            Performing System Operation Tasks (32650-90137)