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Change as400 user profile status via VB

Posted on 2010-11-12
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Hi,

I'm trying to use below code to execute and change as400 user profile status from a web page, But i'm getting a error message, can anyone help to fix this code,

Dim system As New cwbx.AS400System()
        On Error GoTo failed
        Dim YOUR400 As New cwbx.AS400System
        Dim servers As New cwbx.SystemNames
        Dim Command As New cwbx.Command

        'YOUR400.Define(servers.DefaultSystem)
        Command.system = YOUR400

        ' Enter USERID and PWD so the users will not be prompted
        Command.system.Define("as400")
        Command.system.UserID = "qsecofr"
        Command.system.Password = "xxxxxx"
        Command.system.IPAddress = "xx.xx.xx.xxx"

        ' Run any valid 400 command from VB
        Command.Run("CHGUSRPRF USPRPF(user11) STATUS(*ENABLED)")

        Exit Sub
failed:
        MsgBox("AS/400 User Account Status Change Failed")
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You have misspelled USPRPF it should be USRPRF
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What is the error?  
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