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Make sure you
are on the latest Patch/iX version first. If it still wont
qualify there is a f-key you can press that should give you more
details on why it wont qualify. Most likely it is a checksum
problem. If you made any changes to the catalog or help file this
would change the checksum. Forcing it should be okay in this case and
you can always back it out with STAGEMAN.
I think the
short answer is you cant. The longer answer is that, in Posix
terms, there is simply no concept of a lockword, hence no
ability to specify such. MPE does not consider a file an HFS file
when youre in an MPE GROUP at the time you try this. Files with
lockwords that exist outside of MPE GROUPs have their lockwords
deactivated until such time as the file is moved back into an MPE
group. If the file is in a GROUP and it has a lockword, then you must
specify the lockword in order to open the file, and theres no
way to embed a lockword into HFS syntax and theres no way to
pass the lockword independent of the filename (that we know of). Also
the open wont prompt for a lockword if you use HFS syntax to
Just telnet your.3000.name nnn where nnn is your nonstandard port.
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