I believe this is documented in the "What's New" for V5R3 - you might go to 
www.iseries.ibm.com/infocenter and pick the V5R3 link and then click on what's 
new on the right. If I remember correctly, that is.   ;-)

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From: Dan <dan27649@xxxxxxxxx> 

This is *not* a critical item, more of a "would be nice to" and even a 
curiosity thing. My immediate fix is to have the command just call a CL 
that issues the WRKMBRPDM command. 

At v5r2 in another shop (I think they were at security level 40, but could 
have been 30), I retrieved the source for WRKMBRPDM into a different named 
member (WMPU), changed the file parameter to default to my development 
source file, compiled and life was good. 

In a new shop now, at v5r3 and security level 40, I try to do the same 
thing; the command compiles, but running and even prompting the command 
generates MCH6801, violation type 1 (Object domain violation). 

Both the original WRKMBRPDM and my new WMPU command objects have "Object 
domain: *SYSTEM", "Allow change by program" is YES for my command and NO for 
the IBM command. The IBM command object is "Digitally signed" with 
"System-trusted source", whereas mine is not. 

(My immediate fix is to have the command just call a CL that issues the 
WRKMBRPDM command. So, I have a workaround. I'd just like to know what's 
going on, and why it's behaving diffferently than before. I also tried 
duplicating the WRKMBRPDM object to my named command, tried CHGCMDDFT 
CMD(WMPU) NEWDFT('FILE(DANDEVLIB/DANDEV)'), but this doesn't work because 
"No default value exists for specified qualifier.") 

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