Would need more info on what you mean by "corrupt." Is it just that you
can't verify a validation list entry? Or is the data really just corrupted.

Check the QRTNSVRSEC system value. Make sure it is not set to 0. If it is
set to zero, in V5R2, it means that you won't be able to verify any entries
and you won't be able to store new entries with encrypted data. If it is
set to 0, then depending on when it was set to 0 you may have good news or
bad news. If it was set to 0 after the V5R2 upgrade, then you can simply
set it back to 1 and things will begin working again. If it was set to zero
before the upgrade, then all of the encrypted data is really gone.

In V5R2, to get rid of the encrypted data, you have to set the value to 0
and then run the CLRSVRSEC command (you must have secadm and allobj to run
this command).

Patrick Botz
Senior Technical Staff Member
eServer Security Architect
(507) 253-0917, T/L 553-0917
email: botz@xxxxxxxxxx



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