Lock an OUTQ

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Tags:
Linux administration
OUTQ
OUTQ management
OUTQ security
Unix administration
How can you allocate an OUTQ for a user than deallocate.

Software/Hardware used:
AS/400

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  • CharlieBrowne
    An object type of *OUTQ cannot be allocated. Can you give us more information as to what you are trying to accomplish? Then we can suggest a solution. Some possibilities would be: Changing authority on the *OUTQ Having it in a library where you could allocate the *LIB.
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  • TomLiotta
    And be aware that you cannot restrict a user who has *SPLCTL special authority from accessing any spooled files on the *OUTQ no matter how you authorize the *OUTQ. Special authorities are intended to override any normal authorities. That's what makes them "special". Tom
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  • UARTJ
    [...] 5. Have anything to add mrdenny’s suggestion for a user trying to create QA database with only some production tables? 6. CharlieBrowne and TomLiotta provided some great suggestions for locking an OUTQ. [...]
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