Encapsulate the CHGUSRPRF request in a stored procedure which adopts authority of a user with sufficient capabilities and the necessary authority to change those profiles that should be change-capable by those administrators, and the stored procedure authorized only to those Security Administrators. Invoke the SQL CALL of the stored procedure using the JDBC. ??

Regards, Chuck

Vanderhook, George wrote:
I am trying to reset iSeries passwords from a Windows Server.
I'm looking for a Java class that allows for resetting of
passwords without knowing the userId's current password. The
only thing I've found is the ChangePassword class in the JT400
jar, but it requires the current password. I'd like to be able
to replicate the functionality of the iSeries command, CHGUSRPRF,
from a web application that will be accessed by Security
Administrators. Any ideas?


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