Good example.  And that should be enough.

But if the person running that job does a SIGNOFF *LIST do they then get a 
printed spool file that they could look at?  That attribute only blocks 
the joblog of a running job, not the spool file created.

Rob Berendt
Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755

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Re: Turning off the requirement to have *allobj to look at the  joblog of 
a currently running *ALLOBJ job.

Say you have *SAVRST but not *ALLOBJ. Guess that it's then possible to 
copy an object to tape (and bring it to a system where you have *ALLOBJ) 
to sneek. The complete joblog will make it much easier to find the objects 
that you want to save.


> date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 15:17:25 -0500
> from: rob@xxxxxxxxx
> subject: Re: Turning off the requirement to have *allobj to look at
> the joblog of a currently running *ALLOBJ job.
> Can you give an example of what you might see in the joblog that you 
> wouldn't be able to see via something else in the job like call stack or 

> open files; that would be determined to be a potential security breach?
> Rob Berendt

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