[Cvsnt] Documentation on ACL features in build 43

Tony Hoyle tmh at nothing-on.tv
Mon Dec 10 18:56:14 GMT 2001

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On Mon, 10 Dec 2001 17:13:14 +0000 (UTC), Mike_Stopper at amsinc.com

>I've got full access to all the files in the e:/cvs/webroot directory, incl=
>the perms and owner file.
>A Java program run on the server can also open, read, and write to those fi=

Unless it's trying to read the file as System (which it would normally
only do if impersonation is off) I've no idea.  You don't have a
directory called 'owner' in there or something?

I think I'll change its name as 'owner' is a bit of an easy clash...


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