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add object(1m)							add object(1m)

       add  object  -  Adds  a	value  to  a  modifiable, set-valued attribute
       (including application-defined attributes) of an object entry

       cdscp add object	 object-name attribute-name = attribute-value

       The full name of the object entry.  The name of a particular attribute.
       Specify	only one attribute at a time.  See the cds_attributes file for
       the list of attributes and corresponding data types that your  applica‐
       tion  uses.   The  value	 of  a	particular attribute.  The value of an
       application-defined attribute is dependent on the type of attribute.

       The add object  command	adds  a	 value	to  a  modifiable,  set-valued
       attribute  (including  application-defined  attributes)	of  an	object
       entry.  If the attribute does not exist, this command creates it.  Usu‐
       ally,  this  task is performed through the client application.  See the
       DCE Administration Guide for more information about attributes.

   Privilege Required
       You must have write permission to the object entry.

       This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command  and  may
       not be provided in future releases of DCE.

       To  add the value ps to the attribute printcap of an object entry named
       /.:/subsys/deskprinter, read the cds_attributes file to verify that the
       attribute shown in the following display exists:

		  OID	       LABEL	      SYNTAX   printcap	      char

       Enter  the  following  command  to assign the value ps to the attribute
       printcap: cdscp> add object /.:/subsys/deskprinter printcap = ps

       Commands: create object(1m), delete object(1m), list object(1m), remove
       object(1m), set object(1m), show object(1m)

       Books: OSF DCE Administration Guide

								add object(1m)

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