I'm trying to create a symbolic link between one directory and another.
ln -s /u04/dataload/interfaceIN/finance/wurarsi
The "/u04/dataload/interfaceIN/finance/wurarsi" directory is where the datafiles will physically exist, but the directory "/u01/app/sct/banpprd/ssa/dataload/interfaceIN/finance/wurr725" is where the program will be looking for the files.
Is this correct? I am a little confused about destination/target terms with the link commad.
Also, is it correct to assume that after this command is run, when new files are placed in "/u04/dataload/interfaceIN/finance/wurarsi" directory, they will be linked in the directory "/u01/app/sct/banpprd/ssa/dataload/interfaceIN/finance/wurr725"?
My environment is a Sunfire 280R, with Solaris 9.
I posted this question a few months back. Wasn't able to get it working then.
What are the commands to make this work?