Duh, Walter's answer is better (see other thread). As a note, the
encryption keys could be shared with other ID files if you wanted to
control access to documents or even fields in specific databases. In
theory anyway, I've never had a need to do so.
Tom Kreimer
Senior AS400 LAN-WAN Network Specialist
Buckhorn Inc, Milford OH
(513)831-4402 x237

You can add an encryption key to your ID file and encrypt the documents
inside the DB. This would in effect keep even admin out, unless an
can "recover" your ID file with password recovery.

Of course if you mess up your ID, you will never read those docs again
(practically speaking).


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