That explains it. We are still at QSECURITY level 30 (due to a particular package we run - sigh). Cheers, Steve Dave McKenzie <davemck@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>@midrange.com on 18/02/2004 15:47:08 Please respond to MI Programming on the AS400 / iSeries <mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: mi400-bounces+stephen.hunt=legrand.co.uk@xxxxxxxxxxxx To: MI Programming on the AS400/iSeries <mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx> cc: Subject: Re: [MI400] MI Program attribute? What is your QSECURITY system value? The QPRCRTPG API documentation says: "Note: MI instructions that reference system-domain or write-protected objects fail at security levels 40 and 50. At those levels, you must use APIs to work with the objects." We could add "...or run system state" :-) --Dave <snip> ________________________________________________________________________ L'integrite de ce message n'etant pas assuree sur Internet, la societe ne peut etre tenue responsable de son contenu. Si vous n'etes pas destinataire de ce message, merci de le detruire et d'avertir l'expediteur. The integrity of this message cannot be guaranteed on the Internet. The society cannot therefore be considered responsible for the contents. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, then please delete it and notify the sender.
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