Let's say you have 3 libraries which contain the source data and financial files and programs. You have a tool call Turnover to put changes in production. Only IBM can have level 40 + and put in production the changes. However, when I look at the authorities on those 3 libraries, I see PUBLIC set to *CHANGE and other groups. Does that mean anybody can access those libraries and change the data (source and financial)? Is the tool then useless? What's the nuance here in terms of authority at the library level vs. the changes Tool Turnover or Implementer.
Say I have a financial system that is the G/L application resides on that AS/400 server. If I want to look at the authorities on the financial data, does that mean I have to look at the source libraries? Are those the same libraries as the financial data or the source is purely changing the application code only?
What is the difference between the physical files, PGM, and source files?