I have to pass.. as my example, expanded with your calculated/private Active property (a simplified version of it), still works as I would expect it to:

Property Name As %String(POPSPEC = "Name()") [ Required ];

Property NickName As %String(POPSPEC = "Name()") [ Private ];

Property Active As %Integer [ Calculated, Private, SqlComputeCode = { Set {Active}=($R(100))}, SqlComputed ];
 
select Name,NickName,Active from Test.PrivateTest
Name    NickName    Active
Hills,Lawrence B.    Wilson,Barb G.    0
Frost,Brendan H.    Smith,Zoe T.    98
Cooper,Tara C.    Edwards,Mo G.    19
Hanson,Howard H.    Cerri,Buzz X.    74
Hammel,Elmo P.    Klausner,Peter G.    77
Quincy,Robert Q.    Townsend,Alice M.    52

It will probably be "too basic" for your needs, but I was curious to test this, and got it working with the following class example:

Class Test.PrivateTest Extends (%Persistent, %Populate)
{
Property Name As %String(POPSPEC = "Name()") [ Required ];
Property NickName As %String(POPSPEC = "Name()") [ Private ];
}

A "select * from Test.PrivateTest" would only return my "Name" data, while a "select Name,NickName from Test.PrivateTest" returns the private property values too.

Can you get such a basic example working for you too?

If you post your class definition, someone could have some better suggestions/ideas.

While I don't know the answer, I simple wanted to add a rough Google translation, hoping that this may be of help in getting some suggestions:

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Mounted on Aix7.1 root user to install cache2016.1.1.107, and create cacheusr users during the installation process; after the change umask cacheusr the operating system, modify the file compiled by the database (eg, js, csp, etc.) on the small plane permission to view unchanged (-rwxrw-r-- cacheusr cacheusr test.js).

Objective: readable and writable by other users database compiled files.

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Thank you Dmitry,

really an interesting example, I wasn't aware of this feature in bash.

Unfortunately it seems like I cannot use it 1-to-1 under MacOS, but I may try following some of the guides on how to make the Mac-bash completition-aware using "brew".