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The Change Object  Authority 2 command  changes the *PUBLIC user  of an
object  to the  CRTAUT value of  the library  where the  object exists.
If  the library value is *SYSVAL,  the QCRTAUT system value is accessed
and used.  CHGOBJAUT2  allows existing objects to have  their authority
changed to adhere to the library default.

You  must have  *OBJOPR, *OBJMGT,  *READ,  *UPD, *ADD,  *DLT and  *EXEC
authority to the object.

A typical command would be:


The  library  CRTAUT  value for  LIB1  would be  accessed  and  the TAA
CHGOBJAUT command would  be run internally  for the *PUBLIC  user.   If
the CRTAUT  value is *SYSVAL,  the QCRTAUT  system value would  be used
for the CRTAUT value.

If  the CRTAUT  value  is the  name  of an  *AUTL, the  object  will be
assigned to the *AUTL and the *PUBLIC user set to *AUTL.

CHGOBJAUT2 escape messages you can monitor for

None.  Escape messages from based on functions will be re-sent.

CHGOBJAUT2 Command parameters                         *CMD

   OBJ           The qualified name of the  object.  The library  value
                 defaults  to *LIBL.   A  specific  library or  *CURLIB
                 may also be used.

   OBJTYPE       The object  type of the object.   Use the prompter for
                 the valid values.


You  must  have *OBJOPR,  *OBJMGT, *READ,  *UPD,  *ADD, *DLT  and *EXEC
authority to the object.


The following TAA Tools must be on your system:

     CHGOBJAUT       Change object authority
     CHKOBJ3         Check object 3
     RSNLSTMSG       Resend last message
     SNDCOMPMSG      Send completion message
     SNDESCINF       Send escape information
     SNDESCMSG       Send escape message


None, the tool is ready to use.

Objects used by the tool

   Object        Type    Attribute      Src member    Src file
   ------        ----    ---------      ----------    ----------

   CHGOBJAUT2    *CMD                   TAASEIO       QATTCMD
   TAASEIOC      *PGM       CLP         TAASEIOC      QATTCL

Added to TAA Productivity tools October 15, 2010

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