On Wed, 01 Oct 1997 09:14:19 -0500, Robert Kerr wrote:

>Hope this finds everyone well after COMMON,  sounds like the problem is
>not the authority of the command but who is trying to run it... in your case
>you must make sure the CL that you wrote is owned bu QSECOFR or a
>Group or User that has *SECADM , that is required to chg user profiles,
>after checking that make sure your program is running as user profile
>*owner not *user.... you can check this with DSPPGM and it can be

Thanks for your suggestion.
Unfortunately it did not help. All objects used are owned by QSECOFR 
with PUBLIC(*USE). The CL is running as *OWNER.

Thanks for your help.
Matthias Oertli, Sydney, Australia 

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