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    REPRULES

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REPRULES

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RuleFn RuleFt
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      RuleFn - File name of the rule file to be replaced.

      RuleFt - File type of the rule file to be replaced.

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Purpose

Use the REPRULES command to replace a SafeSFS rule file with the contents of a rule file of the same name on the issuing user's A disk. Any changes made to the rule file take effect immediately.

Authorization

MANAGE authorization over the rule file to be replaced or SAFADMIN authorization.

Parameters

RuleFn :

The file name of the rule file to be replaced.

RuleFT :

The file type of the rule file to be replaced. It must be one of the following:

    ADMIN

Specifies the GLOBAL ADMIN rule file. The RuleFn parameter must be GLOBAL.

   

    GRPADMIN

Specifies the RuleFn GRPADMIN rule file, where RuleFn is the file name of the rule file to be replaced.

   

    USRADMIN

Specifies the RuleFn USRADMIN rule file, where RuleFn is the file name of the rule file to be replaced.

   

    USRDFLT

Specifies the RuleFn USRDFLT rule file, where RuleFn is the file name of the rule file to be replaced.

   

    GRPDFLT

Specifies the RuleFn GRPDFLT rule file, where RuleFn is the file name of the rule file to be replaced.

   

    DEFAULT

Specifies the GLOBAL DEFAULT rule file. The RuleFn parameter must be GLOBAL.

   

    MANAGE

Specifies the SAFESFS MANAGE rule file. The RuleFn parameter must be SAFESFS.


Return Codes

Return Code

Meaning

0

Rule file replaced.

4

Not authorized.

8

Command failed. Rule file not replaced.

12

Duplicate rule found or rule not found.

110

Duplicate rule found.

113

Invalid parameter.

114

Invalid option.

115

Invalid rule file type.

116

Invalid rule file name.

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.

124

Missing rule.

125

Missing parameter.

127

Invalid object for action Manage.

128

Reject may not be used with action Manage


Usage Notes

  1. The REPRULES command is used to replace rule files that have previously been retrieved via GETRULES with the DISK and LOCK options.


  2. REPRULES causes the rule file being replaced to be unlocked.


  3. Rules changed via GETRULES / REPRULES take effect immediately.


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