Kurt,

> [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ]
> Is this from an application that is specifying user and
password on the ODBC
> connect strings?  It is possible to assign QUSER a password and
use it to
> sign on.  I tried it and got the following in the QZDASOINIT
joblog.

Not apparantly.  The Tech claims that users are actually signing
on as themselves when ODBC starts, but we the transactions run as
Current User.  It doesn't add up, so I'm looking for some place
where QUSER could be getting defaulted - with or without a
password.


jte

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