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    REJECT


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REJECT

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

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

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

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Purpose

Use the REJECT command to add a rule preventing access to Object to the fs USRDFLT rule file. The rule becomes effective immediately.

Authorization

MANAGE authorization over the rule file to which the rule will be added or SAFADMIN authorization.

Parameters

Requestor:

    USER Userid

Specifies the requesting userid. Trailing pattern matching may be specified. The keyword USER is optional and may be omitted.

   

    ACIGROUP Groupid

Specifies the name of an acigroup that requesting users are members of. Trailing pattern matching may be specified.


Note: If the keywords USER and ACIGROUP are not specified the default is USER.

Action:

    READ

Prevents "READ" access to Object.

   

    WRITE

Prevents "WRITE" and "READ" access to Object.

   

    CO-OWNER

Prevents "WRITE" and "READ" access to Object and prevents updates to the fs USRDFLT rule file.


Object:

Specifies the object over which access is being denied.

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. Default is `*'.

    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

    MIXED

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


Return Codes

Return Code

Meaning

0

Rule added

4

Not authorized.

8

Command failed. Rule not added.

110

Rule being added is a duplicate of an existing rule. Rule is not added.

113

Invalid parameter.

114

Invalid option.

117

Invalid rule object file type.

118

Missing rule object filespace.

119

Invalid rule object file space.

120

Invalid rule object file name.

121

Invalid rule object directory.

122

Invalid rule object file pool.

123

Invalid rule object file type.

147

Invalid action specified.


Usage Notes

  1. The REJECT command may only be used to add REJECT rules to USRDFLT rule files.


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