Geir,

A couple of ideas are presented on this thread on the
midrange.com RPG400-L list...
http://archive.midrange.com/rpg400-l/200407/msg00237.html

--Jack
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Hello.

We sometimes use programmed check of passwords in certain functions.  The 
passwords are stored
as normal alphanum fields in a file.  Our internal revision pinpoints that 
these fields should
be encrypted.

Anyone with experience from encrypting/decrypting data in DB2-fields? As 
simple as possible...

Mvh.

Geir



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