<snip>
The same concerns apply.  If the user profile and password is public, make
sure your AS/400 is locked down tight.  Better yet, move the data to an
unsecured box and change your stored procedure to access that box.
<endsnip>

That seems to be the solution for many people.  People are tired of dealing
with the security of the 400 so they have the 400 duplicate all data to an
intermediate box and then handle it from there.

Rob Berendt

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"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin




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