Absent a Vendor provided security tool that will list the authorities of
objects in the library, you can review your joblog to see which items
were not changed.

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From:
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[mailto:security400-bounces+john.earl=powertech.com@xxxxxxxxxx
om] On Behalf Of Burns, Bryan
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 12:36 PM
To: security400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Security400] Private authority report

I performed a GRTOBJAUT OBJ(AMFLIBE/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*FILE)
USER(ODBCUSER) AUT(*USE) and the joblog shows "Authority
given to 5886 objects. Not given to 49 objects". How can I
get a list of just the 49 files in library AMFLIBE that
weren't given authority?

The files for most of the 5886 objects that were given
authority look like this:

User Authority
*PUBLIC *CHANGE
AMAPICS *ALL
ODBCUSER *USE

I need a list of just the 49 files in library AMFLIBE in
which ODBCUSER has no private authority.

Bryan Burns
IBM Certified Specialist - iSeries System Command Operations
V5R2 M.I.S. Department ECHO, Incorporated www.echo-usa.com

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