Under V9 SP5 the way you encrypt passwords for command line execution has changed. Below is an example of UC4 script that allows for encryption and passing of passwords from a Login Object. This example uses Oracle SQLLDR. :SET &PW# = GET_LOGIN("LOGIN.OEBS","*",OEBS,PASSWORD) echo &PW# &UC_JOBMD CMD="sqlldr userid=apps/&PW# control=/home/applmgr/Autoinvoice/tip.ctl log=/home/applmgr/Autoinvoice/&INV_SRC#_&TIME_STAMP#.log DATA=/home/applmgr/Autoinvoice/&INV_SRC#_&TIME_STAMP#.txt BAD=/home/applmgr/Autoinvoice/&INV_SRC#_&TIME_STAMP#.bad" The key thing now is you must define a specific TYPE of login that is not A UC4 provided type like OS type, DB, etc. You will notice that the type of login used in the command is OEBS. This is a custom type that was created by placing an entry in the UC_LOGIN_TYPES. GET_LOGIN(Login object, Name, Type, Information) Type - The type of the Login entry. Format: script variable, UC4 name or script literal.