Fixing violation errors found with CHKOBJITG

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I have just begun running the command to check object itegrity on my system. I have encountered 2 basic errors - BADSIG & ALTERED. Can you please explain how I now correct these errors? The objects are basic IBM supplied code (i.e. ADDTCPLNK in QTCP library). I have no idea how these objects were compromised, and I do not know how to restore them to their previous state. Any help you could provide would be helpful. THANKS!
ASKED: February 7, 2006  7:19 AM
UPDATED: February 15, 2006  3:09 PM

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Is this IBM 4690 Code for business grade? If so IBM has a site and I would start there. http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&q1=4800&uid=pos1R4000072&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en

Good luck.

Marie

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  • TomLiotta
    Please clarify -- You mention ADDTCPLNK which would seem to be a command definition object. However, I've never seen such a command and no such command exists on any of our systems which run from V5R1 through V5R4 (although that's an early-release copy). Can you be more explicit? No object that I can find in QTCP seems similar to the name ADDTCPLNK. Does this system have a long history of upgrades from previous releases? (Maybe it's a left-over from an older release.)
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