LOGFILE command

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System manager
Lists file entries in the password table, including privileges, but not passwords


LOGFILE [filename1] [,] [filename2]


filename1 and filename2 are the names of files in the password table.

If specifying... Model 204 lists...
Neither filename1 nor filename2 All file entries in the password table.
Only filename1 Entries for that file.
Only filename2 File entries starting at the beginning of the password table and extending through the file name entry. A comma is required if only filename2 is specified. Otherwise, either a comma or one or more blanks can be specified.
Both filename1 and filename2 File entries starting at the filename1 entry and extending through the filename2 entry.



Usage notes

The LOGFILE command lists one or more file entries in the password table. The list is produced in alphabetical order.

Each file entry displayed by LOGFILE has the following format:

filename index password X'pppp' nnn, sss, rrr, uuu, aaa, terminals


filename The name of the file. For Model 204 7.5 and later, and for SirSafe customers before Model 204 7.5, filename is preceded by a colon (:) or greater-than sign (>), as was used on the LOGCTL command that created the entry. A greater-than sign indicates a SirSafe-controlled visible password.
index The file index, if more than one file has the same name.
password The password for the entry. For non-SirSafe customers, password is not present before Model 204 7.5; in Model 204 7.5 and later, it is always displayed as ********. For SirSafe customers, ******** is displayed for the password if the password is not a SirSafe-controlled password, and the actual password is displayed if it is a SirSafe-controlled password.
pppp The two-byte representation of the file privileges. (See the PRIVDEF parameter.)
nnn The procedure user class.
sss The field-level security SELECT level.
rrr The field-level security READ level.
uuu The field-level security UPDATE level.
aaa The field-level security ADD level. (For information on field-level security, see Field-level security.)
terminals ALL, NONE, or a list of authorized terminals.

Sending LOGFILE output to the USE data set