Gary, Thanks for responding. I do have a workaround, which is to press F14 and add the program after running a simple STRDBG. I do have all of the rights to the program, source, and library that the manual says are required via my effective group. I really just want to understand what is happening. Effective groups and swaps are not very well documented, but 99.9% of the time they work the same as a base profile/group/supplemental group. The really weird thing to me is that changing the group of the executing job allows debug. I don't think I have ever seen a case where authority is derived from the profile at run time. It is always to the last swap or signon. I have not changed any authority whatsoever and I can make it work by changing the group. That is the second anomaly. On the other hand, I could have simply missed that passage in the manual. Thanks, David Morris >>> firstname.lastname@example.org 03/15/02 05:06PM >>> David, Check to see if explicit rights are being granted to the program in question through an authorization list. According to message CPF1910, on V4R4M0 anyway, you are required to have the following to put a program in debug. o *EXECUTE authority to the program's library. o *CHANGE authority to the program. o *USE rights if your job has *SERVICE authority. Authority checking is first done for a user profile, then for group profile, and finally for *PUBLIC. The first instance found is the authority used by debug to see if it can be started. If your user profile is on the authorization list securing the program with say *USE authority you cannot start debug. Give yourself *CHANGE rights and you should be good to go. Gary Monnier www.powertechgroup.com email@example.com The Powertech Group, Inc. Seattle, Washington Where the Security Experts Live!
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