Restricting use of STRSQL would not affect embedded SQL commands.  . If 
you still want to give your developers the ability to use SQL (at times I 
find it to be more useful than Query 400),  look into the STRQM command. 
It allows developers to create / test  their SQL but has security settings 
to prevent use of specific SQL functions, like update, insert, delete, 
etc. 

Dave Barry
Programming Manager
Dawn Food Products, Inc.
(517) 780-4354




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We are interested in restricting database updates outside System 21
applications.  Our thoughts are to limit these changes (which should be
rare) to DBU and use the DBU auditing utility.  We wish to prevent use of
interactive SQL (STRSQL) and DFU.  I'm looking for feedback from other
companies that have gone through the same issue.  Also, would restricting
use of STRSQL affect embedded SQL statements in System 21 RPG programs?

 

Dan Thomas 
Vice President
RxCrossroads 
4500 Progress Blvd
Louisville, KY  40218-3420
Office Direct (502) 318-1208 
Cell (502) 931-3736 
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