Hi all,

Thanks for the iasp replies. sounds like a lot of fun but maybe a little too much complexity for a live environment.

thanks again.

Wim

This is true. If you are happy that the programmers won't touch your data except unintentionally then this will possibly work. I had taken your statement to mean you want to prevent them from touching the data. Remember that one command (SETASPGRP) allows them to swap from a development namespace into a production namespace; If they have access to a command line they can run this command at any time, although I guess you could secure it :)

If they do support calls and regularly swap between environments as opposed to using an alternative sign-on there are bound to be accidents.



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