Hopefully you have change control procedures that mitigate your SQL
embedded in applications. I would just upgrade to Operations Navigator
or DB Visualizer for SQL and then you are covered. It may take a while
to get used to but I wouldn't trade either of these tools for STRSQL. If
you set the authority to RUNSQL to exclude QSECOFR with auditing, you
should be able to detect if it was used.

David Morris

>>> EDavidson@xxxxxxxxxxxx 11/23/2004 12:09:31 PM >>>
Wow, you've opened up our eyes.  Thank you.  That is a major issue.

With that product, the goal is to lock down your system.  While we see

SQL commands in the log, your are right.  STRSQL and SQLRPGLE is not
We are checking with the vendor.  If I find anything out that says it 
WILL/CAN do this
I will post back.

Edwin Davidson

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