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Walter Nasich wrote:

I am a little confused:

Here Dan says that is adopted:
http://systeminetwork.com/article/adoption-authority-public-and-group-profile-misconceptions

Here in flowchart 8B, step #3:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v6r1m0/index.jsp?topic=/rzarl/rzarladpchmh.htm
"The system checks the private and primary group authorities for the program owner."

I dont sure, whether I have a mistake or this functionality was enabled from a recent release. I am working on v5r2.

Walter:

Make sure that you don't confuse the GRPPRF() and SUPGRPPRF() attributes of a profile with the concept of 'primary group'. They are different.

Is the owner of your program the "primary group profile" for the object that you want authority to? Use WRKOBJPGP for owner profile of your program to check its *PGP authorities. Or use DSPOBJAUT to see the "Primary group" of the object you want authority to.

Tom Liotta


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