And you could get a little fancy with this program. Suppose it was an RPG program. And you had it call the QCAPCMD api. Then it could prompt the command, let the user fill it in, run the command, and even return the command string to you in one fell swoop. Then you could log that command string somewhere. Upon your return you would evaluate that log. Of course if you're a real stickler for security, you could do a more thorough job with security journalling. Auditors like journalling versus transaction files. With journalling if someone tries to erase a journal entry you can sure tell. With a transaction file, any DB utility... And once you've fired a payroll clerk for making a profit with UPDDTA you get a tinge more serious. Rob Berendt -- "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin
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