A script is executed for all files in the given class on the current volume (for example, floppy disk).
The pkgadd and pkgrm commands create a list of all objects listed in the pkgmap file that belong to the class. As a result, a class action script can act only upon path names defined in the pkgmap that belong to a particular class.
When a class action script is executed for the last time (that is, no more files are found belonging to that class), the class action script will be executed once with the keyword argument ENDOFCLASS.
Administrator interaction is not permitted during execution of a class action script.