I have a CL program that I'm using as a stored procedure. I need to put
*SECADM authority on this stored procedure so that when accessed by
users on a Windows server, they are able to run the procedure via a JDBC
connection. My problem is that I cannot get the authority to work. I
created the CL program with User: *OWNER and created it with a *SECADM
sign-on. I see how SQL stored procedures can have SET OPTION USRPRF to
do this but when I try this option for an external procedure it doesn't
work. I'm simply using the STRSQL console from the iSeries and a CREATE
PROCEDURE statement. Any ideas?



George


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