CEA company and subsystem company are not the same thing even if you happen
to be using the same values in both. Restricting access to a subsystem
company will not have any effect in CEA.



Look for program: Maintain and Process Security Rules CLD175D (not sure
if it's in your version)

This program allows control over which segments or combinations of segments
users can get to in CEA.



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Good morning - using Session Manager (BPCS Client/Server V6.6.01) for CEF
access under iSeries V7.R1. I want to restrict a user's access by G/L
company. Can BPCS 8.03.00 generic security control this access if the user
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Have you tried Authorized Company in sys600? And it doesn't work ?



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