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I have a senario. Is it possible? Senario is as below: Suppose I have a folder /submit and 2 OS users usr1 & usr2. Now both the users have created ...
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    I have a senario. Is it possible?
    Senario is as below:
    Suppose I have a folder /submit and 2 OS users usr1 & usr2.
    Now both the users have created their files in the location /submit.
    Folder of usr1 is po_contract1.csv
    Folder of usr2 is po_contract2.csv.
    Now the situation is usr1 & usr2 both can create, uptade & read their own files BUT CANN'T UPDATE OR DELETE OTHER's FILE IN THE LOCATION /submit. Means:
    usr1 cannot update or delete po_contract2.csv in /submit
    usr2 cannot update or delete po_contract1.csv in /submit

    IS IT POSSIBLE? IF SHOW WHAT ARE THE STEPS AND SYNTAX.

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    sounds like a sticky bit to me. Sticky bit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Thanks.. it worked..

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