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    REJECT SFS Object Rule

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REJECT
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Requestor Action SFSObject [(ACIGROUP MIXED
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    Requestor - {[USER] ReqUser, ACIGROUP ReqGroup}

    Action ---- {READ, WRITE, CO-OWNER}

    SFSObject - [fn ft] fp:fs.[dir1[.dir2[...dir8]]][.]
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Purpose

The REJECT SFS Object Rule prevents Action by Requestor to SFSObject. By default, users cannot access objects they don't own. The REJECT rule is often used to override ACCEPT rules at a lower level.

Parameters

Requestor:

    USER Userid

Pattern matched requesting userid. This is the user(s) who will be affected by the rule. The keyword USER is optional and may be omitted.

   

    ACIGROUP Groupid

Pattern matched group of users who will be affected by the rule. The rule applies to all members of the acigroup(s) Groupid.


Action:

    READ

Prevents "READ" access by Requestor to SFSObject..

   

    WRITE

Prevents "WRITE" access by Requestor to SFSObject..

   

    CO-OWNER

Prevents "CO-OWNER" access by Requestor to the filespace specified in SFSObject. The SFS Object must consist of * for the filepool name and a filespace. Since Co-Ownership applies to a filespace in all filepools, other tokens in SFS Object are not allowed. The ACIGROUP option indicating all filespaces owned by members of the ACIGROUP is allowed.


SFSObject:
[fn ft] fp:fs.[dir1[.dir2[...dir8]]][.]

    fn

1 to 8 character pattern matched file name. File type is required if file name is specified.

    ft

1 to 8 character pattern matched file type. File name is required if file type is specified.

    fp

1 to 8 character pattern matched file pool name.

    fs

1 to 8 character pattern matched file space name.

    dir1...dir8

Each directory specified is a 1 to 16 character pattern matched directory name.


Options

    ACIGROUP

Indicates that the fs specified in Object is an acigroup, not a file space. fs in Object indicates all filespaces owned by members of the matching acigroup.

   

    MIXED

Indicates that the filename and filetype specified in the SFS Object contain mixed case characters and should not be upper cased by SafeSFS.



Usage Notes

  1. fp:fs. in the SFS object, is required. The period following the filespace is also required. All other tokens of the SFS object are optional. If directories are specified, they must be preceded by a period. The period following the last directory is optional. Trailing pattern matching may be used by specifying an *.


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