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tt_file_destroy(library	call)			 tt_file_destroy(library call)

NAME
       tt_file_destroy -- remove objected rooted on a file

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Tt/tt_c.h>
       Tt_status tt_file_destroy(
       const char *filepath);

DESCRIPTION
       The  tt_file_destroy  function  removes	all  objects that exist	on the
       files and directories rooted at filepath.  The  application  must  call
       this  function  when the	application unlinks a file or removes a	direc-
       tory.

       The filepath argument is	a pointer to the pathname of the file  or  di-
       rectory to be removed.

RETURN VALUE
       Upon  successful	 completion,  the tt_file_destroy function returns the
       status of the operation as one of the following Tt_status values:

       TT_OK	 The operation completed successfully.

       TT_ERR_ACCESS
		 The user does not have	the necessary  access  to  the	object
		 and/or	the process.

       TT_ERR_DBAVAIL
		 The  ToolTalk	service	could not access the ToolTalk database
		 needed	for this operation.

       TT_ERR_DBEXIST
		 The ToolTalk service could not	access the specified  ToolTalk
		 database in the expected place.  It does not appear to	exist;
		 administrative	action is required.

       TT_ERR_FILE
		 The specified file does not exist or it is inaccessible.

       TT_ERR_NOMP
		 The ttsession(1) process is not running and the ToolTalk ser-
		 vice cannot restart it.

       TT_ERR_PATH
		 The specified pathname	included an unsearchable directory.

       TT_ERR_POINTER
		 The pointer passed does not point to an object	of the correct
		 type for this operation.

SEE ALSO
       Tt/tt_c.h -  Tttt_c(5),	tt_file_copy(3),  tt_file_move(3);  unlink(2),
       rmdir(1).

						 tt_file_destroy(library call)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURN VALUE | SEE ALSO

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