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Petr,

Here's the complete set of 3.x/4.x/5.x Namespace NCP calls with proper
return codes. I'll run down the huge-data info and post a bit later.

1.

NCP code 2222/5716

Generate Directory Base and Volume Number

Returns the directory base for the file or directory in the name space
associated with
"namespace"

Request Packet (20 to ? bytes)

index bytes type or value description
0 6 structure Request Packet Header
6 2 0x5716 NCP Function Code
8 1 Namespace Namespace number (0-DOS, 2-NFS,
4-LONG, 1-MAC)
9 3 reserved '000''s
12 1 Volume Number The volume the file resides in.
13 4 ComponentHandle
17 1 ComponentHandleFlag
18 1 The number of components in
ComponentPath
19 1...? ComponentPath

Reply Packet (17 bytes)

index bytes type or value description

0 8 structure Server Response Header
8 4 The directory base of the file or
directory in the
namespace associated with
Namespace
12 4 The directory base of the file or
directory in the DOS Name Space (The FAT Chain head)
16 1 Volume Number


Completion codes

0x00 OK

2.

NCP code 2222/5717

Query Name Space Information Format

Attempts to return the format of the information for the specified name
space on the volume associated with VolumeNumber.

Request Packet (10 bytes)

index bytes type or value description

0 6 structure Request Packet Header
6 2 0x5717 NCP Function Code
8 1 Namespace
9 1 Volume Number


Reply Packet (154 bytes)

index bytes type or value description

0 8 structure ServerResponseHeader
8 4 fixed bit mask
12 4 variable bit mask
16 4 huge bit mask
20 2 fixed bits defined
22 2 variable bits defined
24 2 huge bits defined
26 128 fields length table (for NFS,
this is the NFS structure in NWDIR.H in NWFS)

Completion codes

0x00 OK


3.

NCP code 2222/5719

Set Name Space Information

Attempts to set iformation specific to the name space for the specified
entity.

Request Packet (531 bytes)

index bytes type or value description

0 6 structure RequestPacketHeader
6 2 0x5719 NCPFunctionCode
8 1 Source Name Space
9 1 Destination Name Space
10 1 Volume Number
11 4 DirEntry
15 4 NSInfoBitMask
19 512 NSSpecificInfo (the modified
namespace records)

Reply Packet (8 bytes)

index bytes type or value description

0 8 structure ServerResponseHeader

Completion Codes

0x00 OK


4.

NCP code 222/571B

Set Huge Name Space Information

Attempts to set the huge Namespace information for the entity associated
with DirEntry

Request Packet (39 bytes)

index bytes type of value description

0 6 structure RequestPacketHeader
6 2 0x571B NCPFunctionCode
8 1 Namespace
9 1 Volume Number
10 4 DirEntry
14 4 HugeMask
18 16 HugeStateInfo
34 4 HugeDataLength
38 1 HugeData

Reply Packet (28 bytes)

index bytes type or value description

0 8 structure ServerResponseHeader
8 16 HugeStateInfo
24 4 Total Amount of Huge Data Used

Completion Code

0x00 OK


I have the formats for the other NameSpace NCPs, but it looks like your
code is handling these. If you need them,
let me know. I have a 600 page document I wrote two years ago that
details every single NCP and NDS NCP used,
and can send it to you via UPS in .cz. It's too big to fax, or post.


The format of the namespace records is the same as in NWDIR.H in NWFS --
NetWare just passes them through to the client
so all the field layouts are there. Unless the NFS server is loaded on
NetWare, you can just about write anythin you
want into the NFS namespace, since NetWare does not check the namespace
records (other than the first seven common fields
that are the same for all namespace records). If NFSSERV.NLM loads on
the server, he does do a consistency check and
will vrepair the volume if any of the fields are hosed.

Other NCPs you may need (let me know if you need these as well) -- looks
like you are already implementing these correctly.

2222/5714 Get Name Space Information
2222/5715 Search for a File or Subdirectory
2222/5715 Get Path String from Short Dir Handle

2222/5718 Get Name Spaces Loaded List from Volume Number
2222/571C Get Full Path String
2222/571D Get Effective Directory Rights

2222/6801 Ping for NDS NCP
2222/6802 Send NDS FRagment/Reply
2222/6803 Close NDS Fragment
2222/6804 Return Bindery Context (you need to implement this one
-- I did not see it in your code)
2222/6805 Monitor NDS Connection (this one will allow you to
intercept NDS replica packets and suck an NDS replica local)

2222/162F Get Name Space Information
2222/1630 Get Name Space Directory Entry
2222/1631 Open Data Stream (this NCP will allow you to open the
MAC namespace data fork and read it remotely for MAC clients)

:-)

Jeff
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