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  • Local F specs in V5R4

    How does one simulate local F specs in V5R4 in a SRVPGM procedure?

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  • INLR, RPGLE

    Why do we specify *inlr at the end of program only. What difference would it make if we specify it in beginning?

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  • User profile

    Who is the objective of the user QHOD and QLAFD in AS400, and these user must have authority *ALLOBJ

    RichardMBP5 pointsBadges:
  • *ALLOBJ

    Hi, I need to create an ID, the main condition is that he should not have any special authorities(especially *allobj ). where he should be able to access (Read and write only ) for some library and its objects (more than 10 libraries and 20000 objects). Where those libraries and its objects are in...

    IBMiserver35 pointsBadges:
  • Special Authorities

    You have a group profile (ABC) with special authorities of *ALLOBJ. You have a group of users with user class *PGMR with special authorities of *JOBCTL and *SPLCTL. They also have limited capabilities set to *NO and they are part of the Group Profile ABC. With command line access and having...

    Skinh5 pointsBadges:
  • Hawkeye Mass Compile

    How close do other change management products keep COBOL compile parms for CRTCBLPGM, CRTBDNCBL when replacing an object? Have looked at Hawkeye's Mass Compile but had to tell them a while back they were not keeping the Activation group was defaulting to QILE even if the object it was replacing was...

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  • AS/400 library authorization

    How can a person without *ALLOBJ authority access list of libaray ?

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  • *INZSR

    When PGMA calls PGMB for the first time PGMB executes the *INZSR. PGMB  uses the RETRN operation to return to PGMA.   When PGMA call PGMB the    second time is the *INZSR executed? If you specify RETRN in called program, the *INZSR will not execute again. Why *INZSR will not get excuted...

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  • What is the best way of printing to two drawers within the same print job?

    I need to print client 1, page 1 from drawer 1, client 1, pages 2-10 from drawer 2 , then cilent 2, page 1 from drawer 1, client 2,pages 2-10 from drawer 2 etc. I am doing this from an ILE program with an externally defined print file. I have tried executing an override printer command to drawer 2...

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  • INZSR with RETURN & INLR

    Hi There, How INZSR will work with RETURN & *inLR *ON. 1:->I mean Pgm A is calling Pgm B.Pgm B is using INZSR & RETURN .So how INZSR  will work during the 2nd call to PgmB .I mean when Pgm B got called 2nd time then control will pass to INZSR or Not? 2:->Pgm A is calling Pgm B.Pgm B is using...

    Pankaj112265 pointsBadges:
  • CPF5032 member already locked to this job

    I have a program written in RPGLE which calls numerous other programs. These programs all share similar files. In my main program, when trying to read a particular file, I get error CPF5032 even though I unlock the file right before I do the setll reade. As a result, I figured the lock must be...

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  • Authority Question

    We have 2 iSeries Servers. I have setup Anynet support. I am trying to give our DBA the ability to use the SAVRSTOBJ command, but I keep running into the fact that the DBA needs *ALLOBJ authority when Allow Object Differences *ALL is selected. Any words of wisedom, Thanks, Bill Poulin

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  • AS400 – CMD

    We can perform DSPPGMREF Command with *PGM OPM. How to perform for the ILE Objects like *SRVPGM, *BNDDIR.

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • How to encrypt spool files ?

    If user have *SPLCTL special authority he can view spool files , using wrksplf outqname option 5 . how to restrict it

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  • Forgot QSECOFR password in AS/400 and don’t have another user ID

    I FORGOT QSECOFR PASSWORD in a new system and donot have any other ID with *SECADM and *ALLOBJ authority. What should I do. but I have *PGM authority in one ID.

    Maltaf65 pointsBadges:
  • Who is the proprietor of SRCDBG?

    Is it IBM or is it someone else?

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  • *INLR causes files to close and can’t reopen

    Hi All.. I am a big fan of this website and have been reading the questions posted by many fellow members since recent times and the responses.. Thx to all for all the knowledge sharing .. has been really absorbing. Well even i have had some of queries related to As400.. Thxful if anyone can help...

    Iwannalearnas40055 pointsBadges:
  • RPG/400

    Hi,  What is the use of QCMDEXC?who will handle this.what purpose we use?can we call it is a command?  what is the usd of *INZSR?what is the relation with RETURN?  What are the input opcodes and output opcodes and I/O(combined) opcodes available in RPG/400?can any body list please Thanks...

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  • Adopt Authority of Files

    I have been asked to secure a completely open system to the users for SOX and just good security practice. I have created a program to call the menu command with a profile with *ALLOBJ authority and specified *OWNER to adopt authority so we can take *ALLOBJ away from users so they only have the...

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  • *INLR not on, but program record count incrementing

    I am calling a program in debugg mode and writing a file e which is in o/p mode. While the program runs in debug mode that file doesn't show any record after write opcode also. It shows record after *INLR=On only. But if I call the program in normal mode, while it writes in the file I can see the...

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