On 04-Aug-2015 11:24 -0600, rob wrote:
On 04-Aug-2015 10:59 -0600, Dan wrote:
<<SNIP>> We also do not have access to CRTLIB / CPYLIB here.
<<SNIP>>

CRTLIB just may be because they want to have a formal process
which asks questions like:
<<SNIP>>

Of course the hack is the SQL statement CREATE SCHEMA.


A user can not circumvent the inability of a user to create a library [due to restricted authority to the CRTLIB command] by using the SQL CREATE statement; if such a /hack/ were enabled, then that would be considered a system-integrity defect:

[http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_71/db2/rbafzxcschema.htm]
CREATE SCHEMA
"...
Authorization

The privileges held by the authorization ID of the statement must include at least one of the following:

• The *USE system authority to the following CL commands:
• Create Library (CRTLIB)
...
..."


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