• Subject: Re: Inventory Transactions - INV500 Security
  • From: MacWheel99@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 11:54:03 EDT

> Subj:  Inventory Transactions - INV500
>  From:        Dick_Bailey@MCFA.COM (Bailey, Dick)

>       We are recently converted to 6.02, Mixed Mode., on an AS/400.
>       Can anyone tell us a way to limit authority on the INV500 program to
>  specific transactions? We now have individuals who need to enter one of the
>  transactions who have authority to enter them all.
>       Thanks
>       Dick Bailey

Tell your BPCS Security Officer what you need.  Users can be setup with what 
BPCS jobs they may & may not run & what their level of permissable actions 
are within them, so that with inventory transactions, people can be setup for 
* all or a specific list of authorized transactions that they can do.  
There's also other combinations.  

We are on 405 CD Mixed Mode on AS/436 & want a combination that is not there. 
 People who work in a particular facility need to be able to do a variety of 
transactions there, and view all inventory in other facilities, but if we let 
them see what is in the other facilities, and let them do various kinds of 
transactions, we are not able to prevent accidentally them doing transactions 
in the wrong place.

To get at this stuff, check out the main SYS menu, SYS600 - you need to have 
security to get into SYS, and you have to be a BPCS Security Officer to 
change the settings.  We have 2 screens per user - first one are the modules 
& exceptions the user is authorized to, and various codes for stuff like 
their language & whether they have command line authority - second one is 
combination of transactions & other stuff they can get into.

Al Macintyre
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