In our situation, our users do not have *ALLOBJ authority.  They all have
*NONE for special authorities and they are part of the group QUSER.  QUSER
has *NONE for special authorities as well.

So, it is possible,  I'm pretty sure that our install has been set up like
this from day one.

I would say that you are probably going to be OK if you remove the *ALLOBJ
authority, but I would definitely set up a test user and poke around your
test environment/world to verify.  If you have some homegrown/modified code,
that may have problems if the programmers counted on the users having
*ALLOBJ authority.

A word of warning though:  QPGMR has *ALLOBJ authority.  I believe that this
is pretty standard for System/21 installs based on previous messages on this
board.  Proceed with caution if you revoke this access from QPGMR.


-----Original Message-----
From: Harrison, Marcia [mailto:MHarrison@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 2:31 PM
To: system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [SYSTEM21] All Object Authority

Our company is undergoing current audits for Sarbanes Oxley.  Currently our
System 21 users have all object authority.  With Sarbanes Oxley we
need to revoke that authority.   Will this cause any impact to the

Marcia Harrison

Lear Corporation

(248) 307-5979


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