We are testing the LOGCMD freeware command to give QSECOFR like rights
to our help desk staff. I have made QSECOFR the owner of all the objects
use by this command and all the programs are setup with USER(*OWNER).
But when I do the following while in LOGCMD:
- STRSRVJOB (appropriate parameters)
- STRDBG of the current program of the job being serviced
I get a CPF9802 message (not athorized to the object)
If I give the *SERVICE special authority to the help desk personnel and
they try again, It works. They see the program in debug mode.
But I thought that they should adopt the *SERVICE special authority
while in LOGCMG.
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