OMVS file owner after SMPE apply

5 pts.
Tags:
OMVS
PTFs
SMP/E
z/OS
Hello, I was given the task of applying maintenance to z/OS 1.13 using a documented procedure and all was going well, however, some of the PTFs did not apply because I was not a super user UID(0). So, I had the guy who usually does the applies submit the job and this applied the remaining PTFs. However, when I was looking at some of the JAVA files, I notice that the owner is now my UID:
File owner . . . . . : (3011)
Group owner . . . . . : TECH(9)
Where before the owner and group was:
File owner . . . . . : HZSPROC(0)
Group owner . . . . . : OMVSGRP(1)
There are likely other files from other PTFs where I am now the owner also. Is this going to cause a problem running the system. Do I need to fix this? If so how? Thanks in advance for your input.

Software/Hardware used:
z/OS 1.13

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