Some years ago when we had lack of disk space, for some programs we removed observable information. This is the reason we are receiving the CPF0541 error message. We coded another program to identify the source members for these programs in order to compile them again, and we found that we missed some of these source members. Is there any way to remove the adopted authority attribute for a program without observable information different from compiling it?
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