Does the program open files for update? If so, are the files in a production library? If so, you must set UPDPROD to *YES (the default is no) or use an override or change to your library list so that said files are in a test library. > > While testing authority on our system, I noticed that > I could not debug an ILE program that I felt I should be > able to debug. I had *all authority to both the library > and program from my group profile via ownership. > I set my group profile via a swap and then tried it > using the set effective group Unix API with the same > result. > > I ran: strdbg pgm(grpownlib/grpownpgm) > That failed. I can run strdbg and then hit F14 and > add the program to debug, which is equivalent to the > first command. > > This only happens for programs. Service programs > do not exhibit this behavior and work as expected. > > Does anyone know if this is how it is supposed to > work or is there a bug? >
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