Making an input file is easy, I am looking for
the process to perform a batch load of this list.
This list has a type of *VLDL and does not show up
when a "wrkf" command is issued.

The list is created by issuing the "crtvldl" command.
The list can be manually populated from the http *admin server.


-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: batch validation list update

I am not familiar with exactly what you trying to do,
but let's suppose the user ids exist some place other than where you want to
enter them.
They might be in a file associated with factory workers reporting what they
They might be in your security profiles, some of which info can be dumped to
Any of this can be read by a program to read selected information to new

> Is there a batch validation list update process that is documented?
>  I have found several references to the API, but not any actual process.
>  I am trying to set up Lawson SEA employee self service and I do not
>  want to enter 1200 employee userids manually into the http admin page.
>  Or am I making this harder then I need to? Is there a simple answer? (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)
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