Determine if user has authorization for USE $JOB
Note: Many $functions have been deprecated in favor of Object Oriented methods. There is currently no OO equivalent for the $JobAuth function.
This function can be used to determine if the running user has authorization to issue the USE $JOB command.
The $JobAuth function accepts no arguments and returns either a 0 if the user is not authorized to use $JOB or a 1 if the user is authorized to use $JOB.
%AUTH = $JobAuth
%AUTH is set to either 0 or 1.
This function can be used in a program that builds JCL to determine if the user is allowed to use the internal reader. $JobAuth works with all security interfaces supported by Model 204.
For example, the code fragment
IF NOT $JobAuth THEN PRINT 'INVALID ATTEMPT TO USE PRIVILEGED SYSTEM' STOP END IF
would STOP if the user was not authorized to use $JOB.
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