Justin:

I thought the same thing to be true, but on my system QTMHHTTP always
seems to be the user ID executing the programs.  That should not be an
issue.

The way our security is set up, no users have authority to any physical
files.  They have authority to programs and the programs in turn have
authority to the files.  In this case, the user QTMHHTTP has the
authority to the program, its running and accessing other files, until
it needs the system objects QSQRXLTR and QSQRLEX.  For some reason the
system is saying hey you have the program authority, but you can't run
the SQL that's in the program.

>This is kind of odd. I was under the impression that QTMHHTTP profile
was
>used to access web pages on the IFS and QTMHHTTP1 was the profile used
to
>execute the CGI programs. Does QTMHHTTP1 have authority to SLS?

>Justin Houchin
>Programmer and Web Developer
>www.reliatek.com
>justin@reliatek.com



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