Review the T-AF audit [journal] entry to verify the error matches the who and to what is not authorized. If truly the request was performed under KEVINR and failed for the named object\type, then it would appear there may be a defect... unless some private authorities were omitted in the given, or that either the program was running adopting authority for another user profile or switched. My test of the simple command-line scenario shows the user can access the *JRN [with DSPJRN & WRKJRNA], but in my case the user was then not authorized to the journal receiver.

Regards, Chuck

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