.libextension. QSYS files are specified with a
.fileextension. For example, the WWWServ library would be specified as
addition to normal IFS directories, you can specify meta objects.
Meta objects are specified using
/*META followed by the name of
the meta object. An meta object does not represent anything within IFS, but
another resource that Web Server/400 can serve, protect and/or configure. You
do not need to create a
/*META directory within IFS to configure
or use meta objects. The following meta objects are supported:
Following are two examples of directory section starts for spool files. The
first example allows the setting of authority for all spool files. The second
example allows the setting of authority for spool files created by
<Directory /*META/SPLF> <Directory /*META/SPLF/DSP01>
An unlimited number of directory sections may be specified in the directory based configuration file. Each directory section consists of a directory section start, followed by other directives, followed by a directory section end. Directory sections may not be nested (i.e. one directory section must be ended before another can be started).