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For DDM to work, the user profile name HAS to be on BOTH systems
The user profile has to be able to access those files on the other system
Is there anyway to check the authorities of hose profiles on he other system
Maybe the profiles are there - but the type of profiles are not the same - the user class could be *PGMR on one system - but *USER on the other system and the file in question is not authorized to that user profile

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From: MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of ~TA~
Sent: Tuesday, August 9, 2022 12:17 PM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DDM authority failure

I checked and neither user has a DSPSVRAUTE entry.

I checked the DDM server and it is started (obviously, since the 1st
user works fine), and it is set to "Password not required".

Additional info...

The CPF9190 is giving a Reason Code 6, which is...:
6 -- User ID not valid. For an IBM i application server this could
mean a damaged user profile or PASSWORD(*NONE).

* Neither of these 'reasons' is true for either user. *

I'm stumped.


On 8/9/2022 10:53 AM, Peter Dow wrote:
Try looking at DSPSVRAUTE for each user.

The server for DDM is QDDMSERVER.

On 8/9/2022 7:21 AM, ~TA~ wrote:
I have two users running the same program, which accesses the same DDM
file. For one user it runs just fine. For the other user, they get
"Authorization failure on DRDA/DDM TCP/IP connection attempt" -
CPF9190, which results in CPF4207.

The user profiles are virtually identical - same authorities, etc.

The DDM file has PUBLIC authority of *ALL.

I assume WRKDIRE has nothing to do with this, but I checked it anyway.
Neither user has an entry.

I googled CPF9190. Not much help there.

Is anyone having an "AHA, I remember dealing with that" moment?

Any help on this would be appreciated.



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