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RE: Retrieving IFS Security Info



fixed

My V5R4 system has it as well.

I suggest you check the installed products.

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From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Vernon Hamberg
Sent: Monday, June 16, 2014 8:15 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: Retrieving IFS Security Info

Rich

I just checked a V5R3 box I have access to - that program is in QSYS - and
documentation does say it first came out in V2R2 - so someone had to have
removed it, so far as I can tell.

I won't say HTH!
Vern

On 6/16/2014 8:07 AM, Rich Loeber wrote:
I checked a V5R4 box that we use for some testing and the QSYRTVUA
*PGM
object does not exist in the QSYS2 library or the QSYS library. Is
there
a V5R4 PTF that is needed to get this API prior to 6.1?

Rich Loeber - @richloeber
Kisco Information Systems
[1]http://www.kisco.com


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On 6/14/2014 1:59 PM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:

Chuck, I was able to get to V5R4 on Knowledge Center - V5r3 seems to
be
gone, as you say -

We just had a thread where I made comments about KC and expressing
no
amount of love - it is a mess - you have to make collections if you
want
to get to something directly -

I just can't believe how IBM have managed to add many more clicks to
getting to the same data! And I DO remember all the talk about
replacing
the books.

I have kept links to the sites for earlier releases, from before
Infocenter.

I also have a link to a general IBM library site - marvelous place
actually - with documentation it's hard to get anywhere else I know
of -
like MOD:CA and other architecture documentation. That link is

[2]http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/LIBRARY

I think it is called IBM Library Server Library - you probably
already
knew about it.

I should probably put all the old links I have on the wiki here -
not
sure I can add articles there.

Regards
Vern

On 6/14/2014 11:55 AM, CRPence wrote:

On 14-Jun-2014 08:28 -0500, Rich Loeber wrote:

On 14-Jun-2014 06:33 -0500, Flensburg, Carsten wrote:

I suggest you take a look at the Retrieve Users Authorized to
an
Object (QSYRTVUA) API: <<SNIP>>

This is exactly what I was looking for. Hope it also works for
V5R4
.... I see that it was available for 6.1 but in checking the IBM
Knowledge Center, it looks like it was not a part of V5R4.
<<SNIP>>

FWiW, at the _bottom_ of every page that documents an API, since
some very long time ago, a notation should exist to identify when
that
API was introduced. The 6.1 doc for the aforementioned API, for
example, should have included the following text: "API introduced:
V2R2"

While that tidbit is not helpful to know when any particular
portion
of information may be available from an API [e.g. a new format or
new
fields that came with a newer release], at least an inference that
there should exist specific doc for that API is intuitively
obvious.

Although with the recent transition to the KnowledgeCenter from
the
InfoCenter, IBM has ?apparently abandoned? any visibility to [at
least] the documentation at both v5r3 and v5r4; Or so I have
inferred
from my inability to access docs from bookmarked references and
inability to "add product" of those releases of the OS :-( While
I
have seen some other anecdotal references to the new KC and maybe
only
allusions to loss of the IC on these lists, I am actually
surprised
there has not been a topic dedicated to that topic here on
midrange-l,
like there were when IC came along to replace [the ?Books? of the
"online library" or whatever was the moniker for] the prior
web-based
docs interface. Why IBM leaves the v5r1 and v5r2 ICs but seems to
have obliterated those of v5r3 and v5r4, is nonsensical IMO;
though I
am biased, because my only access to the OS is via a v5r3 system.

References

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2. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/LIBRARY

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