>
> > Again,  I have a Domino application which gets data from the
> 400.  The
> > people running this application sometimes don't even have
> iSeries
> > passwords.  Are you saying that instead of just clicking on a
> button to
> > retrieve the data, that now I should also pop up a box that
> prompts them
> > for an iSeries user id and password?  Ludicrous!
>
> That depends on the data itself.  If you don't mind if everyone
> in the world reads the data that's behind that button (and
> everything else on your machine is XXX *PUBLIC *EXCLUDE), then
> yes, a default password would work for you.  But if the data
has
> any level of sensitivity, then a password check is simply the
> responsible thing to do.

Oops!   I had to type over the "not" with "XXX" for this to make
sense.

jte




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