Hello Gord,

You are correct BPCS version 6.1 and beyond keep those program level
authority records around.
One of the drawbacks of BPCS security maintenance (SYS600) is that when you
use option 4-Delete on a user profile it does not actually delete the user
it just de-activates them.  So all the old users on your system that you
think you deleted are still in BPCS with an inactive status.

We have a product called By Invitation Only that will allow you to
physically delete the user profiles from BPCS.  It also greatly improves the
usability of maintaining the users and their authority within BPCS.
By Invitation Only allows you to maintain authority by accessing the data by
Users, Programs, Warehouses, Transaction Types, Companies, Product Codes,
Security Groups or Menus.  So you can go after the data in the way that is
easiest for you.

If you would like more information contact me offline.

Regards,
Bob Kohlndorfer
Unbeaten Path International
(847) 384-1478


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Hartley, Gord" <hartley@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "BPCS - L@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <BPCS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 8:52 AM
Subject: SYS600 Security Change


Hello All,

We are on V61.01 MM

I de-activated a user profile using SYS600. When I re-activated him I
noticed his programs where still there. If I remember from V6.02 didn't
the programs get deleted when you de-activated a user profile.

Thanks

> Best Regards,
> Gord
>
> Gord Hartley
> Information Technology
> voice: (613) 990 - 2577 fax: (613) 993 - 0020
> e-mail: mailto:hartley@xxxxxxx
>
> Royal Canadian Mint,
> 320 Sussex Dr.
> Ottawa Ontario, K1A 0G8
> internet: http://www.mint.ca
>
>

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