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Apr 22, 2010 at 10:13 PM

File permissions - Unicode vs. Non-unicode

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Hi all -

We have a program that creates a file in both our Unicode-enabled system (SRM) and our non-unicode system (ECC 6.0). Both are Unix servers.

It's very strange - on the Unicode box, it creates the file with permissions 660, but on the non-unicode box, file permissions are created as 666.

Does anyone know how to alter the system so that files are created with specific permissions with the 'OPEN DATASET' command in a Unicode environment?

The help is appreciated - thanks very much!

Abby