How can you get the swapped-to profile?

When someone updates a file via Ops Nav ISQL, QUSER shows up as the user
that did the update.  This value was pulled out of the RPG psds pos 254 -
263.

Anyway to get actual profile in a DS, or must you use RTVJOBA or a job api?

Phil

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> Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 7:25 PM
> To: midrange-l@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: QUSER on ODBC requests
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> 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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