This program assigns a profile to a user and saves the information
to the User/Profile database. The program will verify that the user
and profile have been defined previously in the User/Profile database.
-h Prints a useage line.
-H Prints this man page.
-V Prints the version number.
1. UserId - The user's UNIX identfication number.
2. UserScope - A character (l for local, g for global, a for all)
representing the scope of the user definition.
3. ProfileName - A quoted string containing the name of the new profile.
The string may contain blanks and underscores, but no other
non-alphanumeric characters are allowed.
4. ProfileScope - A character (l for local, g for global, a for all)
representing the scope of the profile definition.
If the -h option is present or if the calling syntax is incorrect,
the procedure prints a "useage" statement. If the -H option is present,
the procedure prints this man page. If the -V option is present,
the procedure prints the version number. Otherwise, there is no output.
The exit status reflects status or error conditions. Exit status
is zero if processing is successful. Exit status is non-zero if an
error condition occurred during processing. For a description
of the error, see COE_get_error_string.
DATE LAST UPDATED
May 1, 2003