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A word of caution when using exit point on profiles.

Several years ago now the company I worked for purchased a security software application for our system. Worked well until we attempted to do a DR test and managed to successfully prove we could not restore our system. Among the first things that we needed to was to change QSECOFR password, but because the program associated with the exit point had not been restored yet, we could not change password. There was no work arounds. A few months later the vendor published a bulletin to deactivate the exit point before saving system objects and re-enable after the save was done.


Jim Hawkins
Programmer Analyst
Interkal LLC

subject: Activate Exit Points

I am looking into activating the QIBM_QSY_CHG_PROFILE CHGP0100 exit point to be able to synchronize user passwords from our Production LPAR to our Development LPAR. Once the exit program has been added to the exit point, do I need to do anything else like IPL, stop/start servers, etc.?

Eric A. Wolf
Sr. Program Developer
A division of Senior Operations LLC

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