Although the interface is clunky for looking through large journal files, the startup cost is negligible:
Select "G" for Goto
File: enter your filename which doesn't have to be and shouldn't be in the main journal directory.
At this point the interface is limited, but "F" for Find might help.
If you are trying to run arbitrary code from a Windows .BAT file, the following almost works:
ECHO ZN "%%SYS" DO ^^^^SECURITY HALT | C:\InterSystems\Cache\bin\cache.exe -s C:\InterSystems\Cache\mgr
The limitations are:
If you are to store the encrypted identifiers in the database, database block encryption is your answer, but if you need to transmit them securely, before encrypting or hashing something as small as a nine-digit number add some salt. That is add enough random digits or letters to make a brute force attack unfeasible. Since you presumably want to be able to later decode these identifiers, use encryption in your case.
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