What about PRTPVTAUT, which is also option 39 in the IBM SECTOOLS menu.
I've never used it, but a quick look at the help text suggests it would do
what you're after. The only restriction seems to be that you need *ALLOBJ
special authority to run it, and it only has print as an output option.


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What is the command to display the authorities of all the objects in a
library. I know the cmd to display for each object one by one. I need a cmd
to display for all objects in a single cmd


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