*ALLOBJ

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*ALLOBJ
AS/400 v6r1
Hi, I need to create an ID, the main condition is that he should not have any special authorities(especially *allobj ). where he should be able to access (Read and write only ) for some library and its objects (more than 10 libraries and 20000 objects). Where those libraries and its objects are in exclude authority for public(Specific authority) If i use GRTOBJAUT for those libraries can that user can able access those objects.But daily some new objects are getting created in those libraries that user should have access to those new created objects also. Please tell me an better way.

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  • TomLiotta
    Handling the existing libraries and objects isn't difficult. But the requirement for unknown new objects can be tricky. Why are new objects created? What are the circumstances? And why does this one profile need authority to all of them? Some procedural background might suggest an appropriate method for the future. -- Tom
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  • chalenger
    For the existing objects : you have to grant auth. for all of the to that user.For new created object: you have to create AUTL(autl), edit AUTL which grant the user for authority needed then chglib  crtaut(autl)  -Hassan
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  • TomLiotta
    For the existing objects : you have to grant auth. for all of the to that user.   That's already known. Part of the question is how to do it.   The best answer might be determined after more is known about newly created objects because the authorities will all need to be consistent. One thing we can be sure of is that authority should not be assigned for each individual object.   For new created object: you have to create AUTL(autl), edit AUTL which grant the user for authority needed then chglib  crtaut(autl)   That would be a good possibility. Unfortunately, the CHGLIB CRTAUT() parameter doesn't allow "autl" as a value.   Tom
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  • IBMiserver
    Thanks toms.Can you please tell me the exact hirerachy of authority in which our OS will search.
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  • TomLiotta
    ...the exact hirerachy of authority in which our OS will search.   I'm not sure what is meant by "hierarchy". There is a sequence that authority checking follows. You can study the authority checking flowcharts in the How the system checks authority topic. The surrounding topics give extra detail.   The appropriate ways that your authority might be set will involve a combination of some of those elements. It's not clear what might be done for you yet.   Tom
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  • chalenger

    For new created objects:it is there

     chglib (libname) crtaut(autl name)

    Hassan

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  • TomLiotta
    @Hassan: I apologize for reading it wrong. An *AUTL name is appropriate and will likely be used as part of the resolution. -- Tom
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