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From Alok Lal <a...@hortonworks.com>
Subject Re: VXPolicy fields for HDFS Policy
Date Mon, 19 Jan 2015 18:31:30 GMT
Hi Sridhar,

  The HDFS component policy has fields for User Permissions, Group Permissions
> and Resource Path among others. How are these fields captured, for i do
> not seem to be able to locate the corresponding fields in the

VXPolicy class holds a list of VXPermObj which contains information about
user/group/access-type information.  Resource details are directly on the
VXPolicy class itself, e.g Resource, Tables, etc.

> Also, as an aside, in the VXPolicy class the comment for columnType is given
> as ResourceStatus. Is this intended?

Good point, please consider logging a JIRA about it.

Thanks

On Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 8:20 PM, Sridhar S <sridharsrr2015@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>    The HDFS component policy has fields for User Permissions, Group
> Permissions and Resource Path among others. How are these fields captured,
> for i do not seem to be able to locate the corresponding fields in the
> VXPolicy class.
>     Also, as an aside, in the VXPolicy class the comment for columnType is
> given as ResourceStatus. Is this intended?
>     Thanks
> Sridhar
>



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