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[strong]User profiles are assigned a group on our iSeries, and the group has object authority to the data files. What data they can actually see and update is controlled by the application, limited by menu travel and other security parameters built into the system. My issue is with Client Access,...
I am using Sequel ViewPoint. I have a script with variables defined. I would like to check the variable value to see the value and based on the value I would like to display different views. How would I code the script to do this?
We are using SEQUEL View point to execute some queries. We can achieve this using AS400 SQL statments itself. What is advantage of using SEQUEL View point?