Object Connect

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Is anyone currently using object connect to move objects between partitions? I am running v5r3 and need to find a way around given the user *allobj to use the savrstobj command.

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Hi,
I have neither V5R3 nor partition, but there is no link between using SAVRSTOBJ and allowing *allobj !

it seems to me that your best approach is to build a program (a CLP) that you will change as this :
CHGPGM PGM(…) USRPRF(*OWNER)
CHGOBJOWN OBJ(…) OBJTYPE(*PGM) NEWOWN(USRPRF)

it will be a adopted-authority program : it is now not depending on the user

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  • TomLiotta
    Why is *ALLOBJ needed? Obviously because the user doing the task doesn't have sufficient authority to the objects being saved/restored. So, why is that user doing the task? Use a user profile that has the required authority. BTW, are the objects on the source system owned and authorized the same as on the target system? Or do you see indications of security changes upon restore? And when restoring files, are you restoring files that have been recreated on the source system? Or are you only restoring new data inside of the files? Tom
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