Command Validation Program

5 pts.
Tags:
AS/400 security
STRSEU
WDSc
We have a command validtion program for the STRSEU command which allows us to check who is opening a source member for editing and whether they are authorized to do so. We would like to extend that same functionality to the WDSc editors. Is there an exit point we could exploit for this?
ASKED: March 18, 2008  6:06 PM
UPDATED: October 18, 2009  5:06 AM

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I’ve never used the WDSc editors (more the SEU type lol), but as no one has answered I would start by looking to see what server is being utilized on the System i to provide the source to the editor. Once the server is identified then we should be able to associate an exit program with that server.

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The ‘DDM/DRDA request access’ exit point is generally what would be useful. Set it with:
<pre>
CHGNETA DDMACC( mylib/myexitpgm )
</pre>
Tom

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