CHGWWWKPWD - Change Keylist File Password
The CHGWWWKPWD command is used to change the password that is protecting
a Commerce Server/400 keylist file.
The keylist file password cannot be changed until the keylist file contains
a signed server certificate, which is added with the
Do not change the keylist file password if there is a server currently
running that is using the keylist file.
- CURPWD - Current Password
- The current password used to encrypt the server's keylist file.
The keylist file password was initially set with the
If the password is case-sensitive it must be enclosed in single quotes.
- NEWPWD - New Password
- The new password to use to encrypt the server's keylist file.
The password must be at least 8 characters in length and should
follow good password guidelines (e.g., no repeating characters,
use both letters and numbers).
The same value must be passed into the STRWWW command when
starting a Commerce Server that is using the keylist file.
If a case-sensitive password is desired the password must be enclosed
in single quotes.
- VERPWD - New Password (to Verify)
- Enter the new password again to verify you have entered the new password
correctly. This value must match the entered new password or the password
is not changed.
- KEYFILE - Keylist File
- Specifies the full-path to the keylist file that
is being changed.
The default keylist file is
Make a backup copy of the keylist file after the password is
successfully changed. If something should happen to the original (e.g.,
deleted, damaged) the backup would then be used.
Authorizing a User to CHGWWWKPWD
A user that does not have *ALLOBJ special authority
must be authorized as follows to run the CHGWWWKPWD command:
*USE authority to
*USE authority to