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Le 15/02/2023 à 23:01, Rob Berendt a écrit :
What part of the restore (especially from the BRMS recovery report would be
nice) restores the items in WRKFCNUSG?

According to this document https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/how-registration-information-and-functional-usage-information-are-saved-and-restored, this comes with QUSRSYS library retore. However, my understanding is that this becomes fully operational when restoring user profiles and authorities.

However, from this document, the order is not clear for me. Maybe you will have a better understanding than me.

Usually, the restore order is user profiles, libraries (including QUSRSYS) and IFS, authorities. This comes from option 21 of RESTORE menu. With BRMS, If I remember fine (I do not have a BRMS recovery report to check), QUSRSYS library is restored with QSYS2 and QGPL libraries prior to the libraries "main" restore step, but still after the user profiles and before authorities.

Did you check if your issue is only about BRMS related functions or if it applies to all functions which are available through WRKFCNUSG?

Step 6 of the BRMS recovery report has you run:
What I am trying to find out is why the BRMS users I ran SETUSRBRM on were
not on my recovered system. Fluke? Does the above wipe them out? Does
some later step in the recovery report get them?
Like one of these:
STEP 010 : Recover User Profiles
STEP 012 : Recover Configuration Data
STEP 016 : Recover All Remaining System and User Data

More information about SETUSRBRM maybe here https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/how-setusrbrm-works

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