View Full Version : REMOVING an IFS share
01-01-1995, 02:00 AM
Here's a new one... anybody ever figure out how to REMOVE a share from an IFS folder? I'm sure there's a magical table somewhere on the AS/400, but I haven't gotten desperate enough to search it out yet. OpsNav doesn't seem to have the capability to remove a share, unless I'm missing something. Joe
02-20-2001, 04:19 AM
Open Netserver and right click on the share. There is an option to Stop Sharing that removes it. Trevor
02-20-2001, 07:24 AM
"Open Netserver". I'm dense today, I think (no comments from the peanut gallery <grin>). How do I open Netserver?
02-20-2001, 07:54 AM
Joe, Start Ops Nav. Click the + on the system name. Click the + on Network. Select TCP/IP. Right-Click AS/400 NetServer. Right-Click Shared Objects. Bill
02-23-2001, 08:39 AM
you can also add and remove IFS shares from the command line using the QZLSADFS and QZLSRMS API's. This allows shares to be created in a CL. I use this to dynamically create a share, submit a remote PC command to process a file that is on that share, and then dynamically remove the share. It works great.
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