Thanks to all who responded -

You were right in surmising that the VCP didn't like the LIB parm . . . I
modified the CL to create the user profile and then change the user profile
for any parms not beginning with '*' . . .

Thanks again,

Steve

"Hall, Philip" <phall@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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>
> > Suddenly, this program is not working when the original user
> > profile has
> > INLMNU(*SIGNOFF) and/or INLPGM(*NONE) or when a parm pulled
>
> It may be that the VCP for CRTUSRPRF doesn't like an entry for the LIB
part of these parms, when the program part is *NONE.
>
> Although the error doesn't show it, I think this is the issue;
>
> For example INLPGM(*NONE    /       ) is what the VCP doesn't like being
passed, instead of INLPGM(*NONE) for the cases where a special value (i.e.
*NONE) is allowed for a parameter.
>
> If you prompt a working command that uses *NONE and do a F14, you'll see
what I mean.
>
> HTH,
>
> --phil
>
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