Sign on security and display station security - IBM - AS/400

These mechanisms control which users may sign on to the iSeries and the terminals at which they may sign on. As users do not sign on within CICS, the user ID from the general iSeries logon is used to determine subsequent resource access authority.

The OS/400 has five levels of system security, that determine the level of resource security applied to users:

Level 10 The system does not require a password to sign on. Users have access to all system resources.
Level 20 The system requires a password to sign on. Users have access to all system resources.
Level 30 The system requires a password to sign on. Users must have authority to access objects and system resources.
Level 40 The system requires a password to sign on. Users must have authority to access objects and system resources. Programs fail with an object domain error if they try to access objects through interfaces that are not supported.
Level 50 The system requires a password to sign on. Users must have authority to access objects and system resources. Programs fail if they try to pass unsupported parameter values to supported interfaces, or if they try to access objects through interfaces that are not supported.


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