irods  4.2.8
About: iRODS (the integrated Rule Oriented Data System) is a distributed data-management system for creating data grids, digital libraries, persistent archives, and real-time data systems.
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rsFileChmod.cpp File Reference
#include "fileChmod.h"
#include "miscServerFunct.hpp"
#include "rsFileChmod.hpp"
#include "irods_log.hpp"
#include "irods_file_object.hpp"
#include "irods_stacktrace.hpp"
#include "irods_resource_backport.hpp"
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int rsFileChmod (rsComm_t *rsComm, fileChmodInp_t *fileChmodInp)
int remoteFileChmod (rsComm_t *rsComm, fileChmodInp_t *fileChmodInp, rodsServerHost_t *rodsServerHost)
int _rsFileChmod (rsComm_t *_comm, fileChmodInp_t *_chmod_inp)

Function Documentation

◆ _rsFileChmod()

int _rsFileChmod ( rsComm_t _comm,
fileChmodInp_t _chmod_inp 

Definition at line 82 of file rsFileChmod.cpp.

References irods::error::code(), fileChmod(), fileChmodInp_t::fileName, irods::log(), fileChmodInp_t::mode, fileChmodInp_t::objPath, irods::error::ok(), PASSMSG, and fileChmodInp_t::rescHier.

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◆ remoteFileChmod()

int remoteFileChmod ( rsComm_t rsComm,
fileChmodInp_t fileChmodInp,
rodsServerHost_t rodsServerHost 

Definition at line 54 of file rsFileChmod.cpp.

References rodsServerHost::conn, fileChmodInp_t::fileName, LOG_NOTICE, NULL, rcFileChmod(), rodsLog(), irods.pypyodbc::status, svrToSvrConnect(), and SYS_INVALID_SERVER_HOST.

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◆ rsFileChmod()

int rsFileChmod ( rsComm_t rsComm,
fileChmodInp_t fileChmodInp 

Definition at line 18 of file rsFileChmod.cpp.

References _rsFileChmod(), irods::get_host_for_hier_string(), LOCAL_HOST, irods::log(), LOG_NOTICE, irods::error::ok(), PASSMSG, REMOTE_HOST, remoteFileChmod(), fileChmodInp_t::rescHier, rodsLog(), irods.pypyodbc::status, and SYS_UNRECOGNIZED_REMOTE_FLAG.

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