I am running a java program on AS/400 which contains a command call by using
AS/400 Toolbox for Java.  The program is running on AS/400.  I was expecting
that the created AS400 object would use the default user ID and password as
the current AS/400 user.  The code segment looks like this:

        AS400 sys = new AS400("systemName");
        CommandCall cmd = new CommandCall(sys);
        cmd.run(RGZPFM FILE(myLibrary/myFile);
        System.out.println("file reorganized.");
catch(Exception e){
        System.out.println("Command Call error: "+e.getMessage());

and I got:
 "Command Call error: Password is not set.  "

I checked AS400 API. It says:
"f running from an AS/400 to another AS/400 or to itself, the system name,
user ID, and password do not need to be supplied. These values default to
the local system. For the system name, the key word localhost can be used to
specify the local AS/400. For the user ID and password, *CURRENT can be

should I use something like:
        AS400 sys = new AS400(localhost, *CURRENT, *CURRENT);

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