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What should I do to make the submit.cfg take effect except for restart by 'iwreset -a'?

Does the code has any problem?

CASE-SENSITIVE = YES

RULES
{
.
{
/templatedata/passenger-guide/ #the path name of a directory must end with a '/'
{
owner=HKIA-TS-DEV01\admin1
setaccess = {HKIA-TS-DEV01\passengerGuide:ALL}
}

    /$
    {
        group=HKIA-TS-DEV01\Common
    }

    [^/]$
    {
        group=HKIA-TS-DEV01\Common
    }
}

}

Thanks in advance!

Best Answers

  • Accepted Answer

    Just use a regular iwreset (no parameters), this will reread the file and will not impact anyone.

    Also use iwtestcfg to test out your changes:

    iwtestcfg /default/main/component-guide/WORKAREA/shared/sites/Component\ Guide/Home.page

  • Accepted Answer

    Nope, It is only triggered on a submit, which requires a modification.

    On Linux you can set the sticky bit on your directory and it will inherit the ownership. I do not know of a way to do that in DOS, but you should be able to write a trigger, on modifyFSE or createFSE to change the permissions

Answers

  • Accepted Answer

    Just use a regular iwreset (no parameters), this will reread the file and will not impact anyone.

    Also use iwtestcfg to test out your changes:

    iwtestcfg /default/main/component-guide/WORKAREA/shared/sites/Component\ Guide/Home.page

  • Hi Andy, thanks for your response. It solves my problems!

    By the way, is there a way to make the submit effective without modifying a folder or file ?

  • Accepted Answer

    Nope, It is only triggered on a submit, which requires a modification.

    On Linux you can set the sticky bit on your directory and it will inherit the ownership. I do not know of a way to do that in DOS, but you should be able to write a trigger, on modifyFSE or createFSE to change the permissions

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