From: JeanMichel <jmpenasse@experia.com>
> > It is, of course, possible to have a *USER domain program dynamically
> > alter its own attribute to *SYSTEM just before calling the SQL prompter
> > and then going back to *USER afterwards, but this may also not be
> > acceptable to you. I just want to point out that it is possible.
> >
>
> Do you mean that it is possible to create a "normal", "non-altered"
(whithout re-computing its checksum ...) program that is able to alter itself
?  ???
> If so, it interests me to solve my "problem" (and lot of others) but sounds
like a huge security hole !
>

you have to recomputed the checksum, but that is all.
the program does not alter itself, only the current state
in which it running. This is a security hole in the sense
that the program looks completely normal and will
pass check-object-integrity. The program will have to
be created on releases before V5R1 or at least saved
to such releases.




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