Transferring objects between iSeries and authorities are lost

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iSeries authorities
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Why at transferring objects (all complete library), initial authority from source equipment dis aper, lost, in the target equipment. I start creating a savf and save the library into, then, with FTP put the library onto target iSeries. Thanks in advance for your help
ASKED: January 9, 2009  1:47 AM
UPDATED: January 12, 2009  3:06 PM

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Anton400 -

Is the user profile of the object owner from the source system, on the target system? If not, I think the object owner reverts to QPGMR.

MIS

Normally objects restored to a system where there owner doesn’t exist are restored with QDFTOWN as the owner.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

When the owner profile does not exist on the system, the user
profile of the system default owner (QDFTOWN) becomes the default
owner of any object being restored in the system.

If an object already exists in the library in which it is being
restored, the public and private authorities of the existing object
are retained. If the object does not exist in the library, all
public authorities are restored, but private authorities must be
granted again.

Also, the allow object differences parameter can have an impact.

Hope this helps,
Bill Poulin

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