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I am not sure about this but are you running as you on the originating
system? Could it be ignoring what you are saying in favor of who you are
running as and passing that information to the target system?


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Content-Description: I don't understand how ADDSVRAUTE works

From: Carl Galgano <cgalgano2@ediconsulting.com>
Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
To: Midrange List <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Subject: I don't understand how ADDSVRAUTE works
Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2002 10:33:04 -0500

I have 2 AS400s, one on V5R1 (system A), the other on V4R4 (system B).

On system A I have created a DDM file that points to system B via
TCP/IP.

I have added a SVRAUTE (ADDSVRAUTE) that specifies that my profile on
system A should use a certain profile and password on system B when
making a DDM request.  But I still get CPF9190 with reason code 5, "User
Profile not found".  But I am not sure which user profile it is talking
about.  The user ID I specify on the ADDSVRAUTE is on system B and the
password is correct.  I know the DDM file works, because I can sign onto
system A with a user profile that also exists on system B, and the DDMF
works fine.  I thought the purpose of the ADDSVRAUTE command was to
allow users on one system that did not have a profile on another, to
"substitute" a user and password to use when making the DDM request.
Can someone please shed some light....

As always, thanks for the assistance.
cjg


Carl J. Galgano
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