Bryan,



>
> John one way to check and see if it is really QUSER, Change the
password
> for QUSER.  If QUSER is hardcoded into a DSN or some such thing
this would
> surley break it.  You should then be able to narrow down what
is happening.
>
>
Hmmm... combined with the QSYRUPWD and the QSYSUPWD API's to set
things back (I cheated, I read ahead in the thread :), this might
work....

Thanks,

jte

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