Yep, both are *OWNER. So, that's not it, right?

Here's the command used to create the object...

CRTSQLRPGI OBJ(&OBJLIB/ProgramName) tgtrls(&TgtRls) +
CRTPGM     PGM(&OBJLIB/ProgramName) MODULE(ProgramName +
           QCAPCMD) ACTGRP(*CALLER) ALWLIBUPD(*YES) tgtrls(&TgtRls) +

Besides, the error is saying the user does not have authority to the program object, not that he has no access to the SQL files embedded.

Best Regards,

Thomas Garvey

On 10/11/2021 12:23 PM, Mark Waterbury wrote:

For embedded SQL, created with the CRTSQLxxxI commands, there are two separate "adopt user profiles" you must deal with:

    User profile . . . . . . . . . . USRPRF         *NAMING
    Dynamic user profile . . . . . . DYNUSRPRF      *USER

The "Dynamic" one is used for dynamically PREPAREd and EXECUTEd SQL statements, versus the normal "static" SQL.

Prompt the CRTSQLRPGI command, press F10, then F9, and then put the cursor in those parameter fields and press F1=Help to read all about it.

Mark S. Waterbury

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