We had a similar situation, we have created a standard
user id, password on AS400, this password does not
expire, and for security reason, this user does not
access to green screen, to achieve in the user profile
we have defined
First menu  . . . . . . .   *SIGNOFF  
this will signoff the user as soon as he logs in from
green screen,


--- Kelly Cookson <KCookson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> We want to run Java programs on a PeopleSoft
> application server that use JTOpen to access iSeries
> resources. We can't rely on having a human user
> supply an iSeries user id and password, since we
> will be running batch programs on the PeopleSoft
> server that use JTOpen to access the iSeries. 
> What would be best practices for dealing with using
> JTOpen when there is no human end user to provide a
> user id and password? Do we necessarily have to
> create a standard user id and password on the
> iSeries for these programs? If so, how should we
> handle security for the standard user id and
> password?
> Thanks,
> Kelly
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