• Subject: Re: ##EMailNumber 01-WNY-5756132 CHGPWD - Reply
  • From: "David Gibbs" <devdmg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 14:57:35 CST
  • Organization: SILVON SOFTWARE, INC.

On 23 Sep 97 at 14:13, jmoreno@militarycars.com wrote:

> Because the command has no parameters it will be difficult ....
> Because a validation program may need to REDO all the validation
> performed in the original CPP it is a redundant PAIN / PAIN / PAIN /
> PAIN. Sorry to tell you no easy way out.  

Um... I beg to differ with you on this.  It's quite easy.

Just write a CL that does the following...

PGM

        DCLF <display file with informational message>

        SNDRCVF

        QSYS/CHGPWD

ENDPGM

Create a CMD called CHGPWD, with the following...

CMD('Alternate CHGPWD')

Create the CL and CMD in a library that's placed HIGHER on the system 
library list than QSYS.

Thus, when the CHGPWD command is invoked, the custom version is 
called... the information is displayed, and the QSYS version of 
CHGPWD is then invoked.

Of course, if IBM were to add parameters to the CHGPWD command, it 
will become a bit harder.  But for all versions of OS400 that I've 
seen (upto V3R1), it's a piece of cake.

david
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David Gibbs
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Silvon Software
Westmont, IL
(630) 655-3313 x6479
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