Because the problem I'm having isn't about authority or running the command
interactively.  We have "power users" that create and maintain queries in a
special library.  Our general users then only need to be able to select and
submit the queries to batch.  Since the list of queries has grown to over 1,000,
I'm trying to give our general users the ability to navigate the list and view
the details of the query they're interested in without giving them the ability
to change it.  That way they aren't running queries just to see what happens.
By providing a list panel, this process also becomes dynamic replacing a
previously manual process.

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 15:13:44 +0100
From: James_Taulbut@uk.ibm.com
Subject: Re: system state program call within user state

Hi

Why not just stop the command from running interactively by changing the
command itself

James

James L Taulbut
Senior iSeries I/T Specialist
Current Project   : MQSeries for iSeries Service Development
Current Location: DM2F4, MP 211, IBM UK Ltd, Hursley Park, Hampshire, SO21
2JN, UK.
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MOBX: 276938
* * * * *  Please note : My last day on MQSeries Service Development is
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"Ray, Spencer" <Spencer.Ray@AB-AdventureParks.com> on 11/10/2000 14:11:40

Please respond to MI400@midrange.com
To:   "'MI400@midrange.com'" <MI400@midrange.com>
Subject:  system state program call within user state

Hi All,
I was wondering if anyone had any information on calling a system state program
from the user state.  What I'm trying to do is give my general end-users a list
panel similar to that seen in the WRKQRY command except I only want to provide
options 5=Display and 8=Run in batch.  The problem I'm having is displaying the
details of the query.  I'd like to call the program QQUDC out of the QQRYLIB
product library, however since I'm running at security level 40, the system
gives me a big smack on the wrist.  Any information that would get me closer
would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and have a great day!
Spencer C. Ray
* mailto:Spencer.Ray@AB-AdventureParks.com
*314-957-4835
*314-957-4849 fax

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