With TCP/IP you need a profile on the remote machine. You can either create one that maps directly to the end user
or create a generic ID that could be shared by DDM-only users. If you choose to share a user profile for DDM users, then you can use the ADDSRVAUTE command to map the local users to that remote shared user profile.
ADDSVRAUTE USRPRF(lcluser) server(Rdbname) userid(rmtuser)To get more details on the ADDSVRAUTE command, use the the iSeries InfoCenter.
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