In message <199711200055.AAA68232@out5.ibm.net>, From boothm@ibm.net, 
the following was written:
> Now I have questions.  Do I understand this correctly?  If a data file
> named "DFILE" is in a library named "ULIBRARY"  and DFILE has *PUBLIC 
> *ALL attached, but ULIBRARY has *PUBLIC *EXCLUDE  then any user not 
> given specific authority to ULIBRARY can not access DFILE in any 
> fashion, including Client Access and FTP?

Booth,

There may be a few caveats, but I have used this very behaviour to keep
myself from accidently working in the wrong place. When I removed my
explicit authority, I could not use the library name to access an object
in the library. For execution, I used adopted authority. (Now don't get
excited. This was a production library that I was responsible for
maintaining.)

Pete


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 - Pete Hall peteh@earth.inwave.com
http://www.inwave.com/~peteh/

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