Charles Wilt wrote on 05/14/2004 12:18:03 PM:

> Just a quick question about authorization lists: is there any way for the
> list to be used without having objects secured by it?
>
> I've got some *AUTL floating around that don't list any objects as being
> secured by them.  I was going to just delete them, but I wanted to make
sure
> there was no possible way they were being used by some process.

Be careful to not delete any authorization lists that start with the letter
Q. For example, if you delete the QSYLMTJAVA authorization list you will
not be able to run any Java programs on your system. The system uses the
existence and public authority of this authorization list as a switch.


Ed Fishel,
edfishel@xxxxxxxxxx




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