Linking the Fileshare Server on Windows

Windows:

If you want to use the Virtual File Handler Interface or your own security modules on Windows, you need to recreate the file fs.dll. You can do this by entering a command line similar to the following:

cbllink.exe -o.\build\bin\fs.dll -d -RE -Mfscmd fscmd.obj fsserver.obj 
    fhxscomp.obj fsseclog.obj fsinstpw.obj fsinst.obj fsrcvr.obj 
    fspthnam.obj fssecopn.obj fsossec.obj tlogrest.obj 
    _codeset.obj mfini.obj c2banner.obj xfhlabel.obj fsdll.res 

Alter this command line to suit your own purposes by adding object modules or substituting security modules as necessary.

Alternatively, if you are running Fileshare as a Windows service, you will need to relink the fsservice.exe module using a command similar to the following:

cbllink -Rm -s -Mfssrvice -ofsservice.exe fscmd.obj  fsserver.obj 
    fssrvice.obj  CblNTService_Handler.obj  CblNTService_SetStatus.obj 
    CblNTService_ServiceRoutine.obj servserv.obj  fhxscomp.obj fsseclog.obj 
    fsinstpw.obj fsinst.obj  fsrcvr.obj fspthnam.obj fssecopn.obj 
    fsossec.obj tlogrest.obj _codeset.obj mfini.obj c2banner.obj xfhlabel.obj
    fssexe.res

Then uninstall the old version of fsservice and install this new version.

Note:

The .obj files required by the above commands are not supplied with Mainframe Express. If you are using Mainframe Express and need to recreate fs.dll or relink fsservice.exe please contact Micro Focus Product Support who can supply you with additional software containing the required files.