The following is the journal entry that appears.
Display All Messages System: S65A3E2D Job . . : QZDASOINIT User . . : QUSER Number . . . : 050651 Job 050651/QUSER/QZDASOINIT started on 02/01/09 at 10:59:38 in subsystem QUSRWRK in QSYS. Job entered system on 02/01/09 at 10:59:38. User NIMALRJ from client 220.127.116.11 connected to server. Attempt to use permanent system object NIMALRJ without authority. Attempt to use permanent system object NIMALRJ without authority. Scalar operand contains a value that is not valid. Scalar operand contains a value that is not valid. Scalar operand contains a value that is not valid. Scalar operand contains a value that is not valid. Bottom Press Enter to continue. F3=Exit F5=Refresh F12=Cancel F17=Top F18=Bottom
Would you be able to explain what a "profile swap" is? Also, are these job log error messages appearing because of the profile swap?
Display Journal Entry Object . . . . . . . : Library . . . . . . : Member . . . . . . . : Incomplete data . . : No Minimized entry data : *NONE Sequence . . . . . . : 139269996 Code . . . . . . . . : T - Audit trail entry Type . . . . . . . . : PS - Process user profile swap Entry specific data Column *...+....1....+....2....+....3....+....4....+....5 00001 'HQUSER ' 00051 ' '
This happens routinely in servers such as the Telnet and database servers. I don't think that the profile swap...
entries in the audit journal have anything to do with the "attempt to use permanent system object NIMALRJ without authority."
To find the source of that issue, you should be looking for an AF subtype A entry where the object name is NIMALRJ.
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