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I created a AUTL with only Read access to certain files. When my user ran an SQL statement against one of the files in the AUTL that he is a member of it said that he did not have authority to the file. Why would this not work?
A user can be part of more than one Authorization list but can an object be also secured by more than one AUTL??
One of the file has authority like this. The object was secured by XYZ authorization list. In that authorization list *Public is *Exclude and the object has *Public *USE authority. I would like to know that which authority will be checked first when user was trying to access that object, AUTL...