User Signed on Notification

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AS/400
AS/400 security
CL
iSeries
SNDBRKMSG
Hi. If a user profile already has a CL in the initial program to call parameter and that CL can't be modified to add a sndbrkmsg, is there another way to have a message sent to the admin that a specific user has just signed on to the iseries?

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One thought that comes to mind is to use the <a href=”http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r4/topic/apis/xjobntfy.htm”>Job Notification Exit Point</a> within i5/OS. You can have the system send a message to a *DTAQ whenever a job starts within a given set of subsystems. This message includes the job name so you could have a monitor program forever reading messages off of the *DTAQ. The program could then exame the job name of the new job to see if the user profile is the one of interest and, if so, then send a message to who ever wants to know.

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  • TomLiotta
    You could also simply change the user profile to call a different CL program as the initial program. The new program would SNDBRKMSG and then CALL the original initial program. Tom
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