Doug,

> >The 36 didn't have object level security.
>
> It did, although it was implemented differently than on the S/38 and
AS/400.
> And you had to turn "resource security" on separately from signon
security.
> AFAIK, the whole concept of "authority holders" on the 400 were
implemented to
> ease the transition from 34/36 resource security.  This is because
on the 34/36
> it is common to have non-persistent objects which need to have
authorizations
> retained and applied when the object is recreated.

Thanks, I didn't know that.

I do remember authority holders.... don't like 'em :)

jte



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