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RE: DDM Data Queue using RDB



fixed

Hej Åke,

You might find this recent enhancement in the server authentication mechanism useful:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas2058967870841800586257a4d003c8347

Cheers,
Carsten

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Åke Olsson
Sent: 19. november 2012 15:53
To: (midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx)
Subject: DDM Data Queue using RDB

I finally got a remote data queue setup working using the *RDB parameter and remote data base name.

(For whatever reason - most likely TCP config or the like regular SNADS setup does not work at all).

Now my problem is this: With my current setup the user-id on the remote system is validated against the user-id's on the target. If the remote user does not exist on target: Bad luck and no dtaq entry added.

Question is: What if the program that runs on the remote system uses adopted authority [usrprf(*owner)] and is owned by a user that exists on target? Will that work or is there another better way to get this thing working.

The purpose of the thing is that whenever certain data (product related) is changed by any user on any system the data (or at least the part number) is sent to the main server. We have a trigger program attached to each of this set of files and it is this trigger program that creates the data queue entry.
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