comp.sys.ibm.as400.misc - IBM AS/400 miscellaneous topics.
What command can I use in my CL to determine if a particular member of a file exists? Thanks Dan
I am having problem writing a CL program that changes default user profiles. I run ANZDFTPWD command and copy the spool file into flat file. What I want to do with this file is to import this file into my CL program and ramdon change the user password in the file. I want to change there default password to anything other than there default. I have the necessary authority to change user profile.Authority is not an issue. The program works only if I specified the user that I want to change from the file. I want the program to automatically read this file change all the users in the file. Any ideas will be appreciated.
Hello, I am attempting to write an RPGLE program that receives, as input, a user name and password. I need to see if the user name and password are a valid AS/400 login (user profile). If the user/password is invalid I will return an error to the calling program. I also can do this from ILE/C, but that's my last resort really. Does anyone know of an API or method that will allow me to do this? I've checked the API reference and can only find programs that let you change a job's user, but nothing that validates a user/password. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Larry
On Sat, 13 Dec 2008 13:28:59 GMT, Howard Goldstein < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote: : In original IL2 even the earliest modelled sturmovik had usable rudder : and aileron trim controls. But in IL2 1946 I don't seem to be able to : trim the puppy in roll or yaw. I can trim for those axes in other : airplanes that feature the relevant trim indicators in the cockpit but : not the sturmovik. Is it just me or is this the expected behavior? TIA In case anyone else runs into this the presence or absence of yaw and roll trim in any particular airplane is indicated by a cockpit depiction of the relevant trim indicator, so if there's no yaw trim indication there is no yaw trim on the airplane. (Good thing almost everything except the big old Soviet bomber has pitch trim, not having that must have been a nightmare to the actual pilot). This is different from the original IL2 where trim was available in the sim. So in short, no roll or yaw trim on the Sturmovik. Now if only I could persuade the x45 joystick driver to fake the trim for me. Lacking seat of the pants cues makes this almost a necessity, but not quite since there are other mud movers with yaw trim....