Thank you Chuck for your comments, but I'm not understanding what, if any, action should or could be made
with respect to the fact that QDFTOWN appears as the owner of Directories on the QNTC.
It seems 'normal' that QDFTOWN shows as owner given that the QNTC had provided a view of Directories and files
located on a different server ?
Or maybe we should create a special-purpose user profile to be used for any job or process working with objects on the QNTC ?
From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of CRPence
Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2014 12:11 PM
Subject: Re: CPE3025 - No such path or directory. (re: QDFTOWN)
On 29-Dec-2014 15:24 -0600, Gary Thompson wrote:
Public Read and Execute with all Directories owned by QDFTOWN <<SNIP>>
The purpose of the User Profile (USRPRF) object named QDFTOWN is to own objects for which there is no discernible owner; either in restore or /reclaim/ of ownership. Any ownership by that user profile should be deemed an error in need of correction; i.e. recovery from the error should be effected using one of the Change [Object] Owner (CHGOBJOWN or
CHGOWN) commands against the object(s). The Change Owner should request *YES for the option to Revoke Current Authority (RVKOLDAUT) to ensure that the user QDFTOWN does not maintain any authorities to the object; that user should AFaIK have authorities only to itself, such that Display User Profile (DSPUSRPRF) for the Object Authority (*OBJAUT) Type Of Information (TYPE) should list only the one object QDFTOWN of object type *USRPRF.
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