It's very strange that a user would not be authorized to something in QTEMP. Did you load the latest cum package when you upgraded? Without knowing a few more details it is hard for me to debug this problem. I would make sure that I have the latest cum package loaded and then I would try to determine what job is causing the error. Then if you have a support contract, I would send the entire audit entry to IBM along with the job information and have them decipher it for you.
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