But what if we want to give them *ALL on an object within that library,
would they be able to delete that work file?
yes - *USE on lib will allow delete of object in lib if user has delete auth to object.

Also, if we have *EXCLUDE on a library. Then we have a logical in another
library pointing to a file within the secured library. Would that work? The
file in the locked library would have READ access only.
yes - (i've not tested this), note: data authorities on LF cannot be more than on PF.
(this one i was not positive till checking Woodbury/Botz's Experts Guide book p164)
jim franz


----- Original Message ----- From: "Mike" <koldark@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "Security Administration on the AS400 / iSeries" <security400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2008 9:42 AM
Subject: [Security400] Library Authority


I have another question I don't quite grasp. I know if I give someone
*exclude on a library; they can't do a thing. I also know giving them *use,
they can access the allowed objects within the library.

But what if we want to give them *ALL on an object within that library,
would they be able to delete that work file?

Also, if we have *EXCLUDE on a library. Then we have a logical in another
library pointing to a file within the secured library. Would that work? The
file in the locked library would have READ access only.

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