rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

>Anyone see a security issue with CHGJOBD JOBD(QSYS/QSTRUPJD) 
>What problem am I trying to solve?


I'd say the simple answer is "Yes."

And the simple explanation is that it isn't necessary so why dole out more 
authority than needed? A second program can adopt needed authority and your 
startup profile can be granted authority to call it. Put all writer handling in 
the new program. Insert the CALL into your QSTRUP program.

In fact, you might want to structure your entire QSTRUP program this way. 
There's no requirement that your startup profile must have any significant 
authority other than to be able to run QSTRUP; additional authorities can be 
obtained in a clearly precise manner by grouping like functions in discrete 
programs. Grant authority to run the programs rather than granting authority to 
perform categories of actions.

Plain, old QPGMR can be used and it doesn't need much authority at all. Nor 
should it have significant authority.

Tom Liotta

Tom Liotta
The PowerTech Group, Inc.
19426 68th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032
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Fax    253-872-7904

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