I have used MODINVAU at level 50.

On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 10:00 AM, <mi400-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

message: 1
date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 09:17:49 -0400
from: Mike Amos <yl_mra@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: [MI400] Security Level 50 differences between built-in
wrapped and non-wrapped MI instructions?

Reposted from midrange.midrange-l.

In searching via the web and the IBM i Information Center, I cannot find
out if the system limits access to built-in wrapped MI instructions the
way it treats direct access to MI instructions at security level 50.

Some System Interface functions are simply macros wrapping built-in
wrapped MI instructions. At least one or two _Rxxx functions appear to
be implemented the same way. These work fine at security level 50 and no
exception are thrown.

Is it safe to use all of the built-in wrapped instruction at security
level 50? Will they be blocked without a special IBM macro wrapper?

Although this is a general question, I am specifically interested in the
MODINVAU built-in.


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