Effective Userid on execution Unix and Cobol

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COBOL
Unix
I have created one file 'F' wih one owner named 'A' and i want to give the effective userid settings to one program named 'p' written in cobol. even though the other users can't open the file named 'A' above . they can access the file by using the program 'P'.

for that i have set effective user id for the program 'P' using the command 'chmod ug+s p'. when i run the program the following error comes...

3560:./p: /sbin/loader: Fatal Error: cannot map liboops.so.2.0

environment is true64 unix and  mf COBOL application.



Software/Hardware used:
MF COBOL on True64Unix

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