AS/400 library object authority

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Object authority
How do I change object authority for a library

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Iseries 520 V5R4

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A library is an object just like everything else on the system.
Use the GRTOBJAUT. DSPOBJAUT, and/or RVKOBJAUT with object type *LIB

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  • TomLiotta
    Note that you need authority to access the library before you can access anything inside of the library. The library is an object by itself. Objects inside of the library can be excluded from access even if access to the library is allowed. Objects inside of the library cannot be accessed by anyone who doesn't have authority to the library, even if you grant access to the objects inside. (There are exceptions such as access to spooled files that are queued on an *OUTQ in a restricted library by users with *SPLCTL special authority.) Tom
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  • Toy4sag
    U can use the command WRKOBJ object name take option 2 and then edit the authority. NOTE: U should have authority to change the authority of the object
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