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Need to be able to move owned object of a user that is removed from Web Query to another user.
When a licensed user is removed from Web Query, his owned objects are removed after a notification, but without any control. If reports or schedules, that would be necessary for business, are removed, , there could be unexpected failures like schedules failing, data missing etc. It would be most beneficial, if there would be an option to move all owned objects to a new licensed user that could be picked from a list. This should be similar to DLTUSRPRF OWNOBJOPT(*CHGOWN). Without that feature one needs to check each folder individually in Manager Mode, which can take a long time depending on the number of folders used and bears the risk of missing to change an object.
When an employee, that created Web Query Reports leaves a company, somebody else needs to be in charge for his objects. Especially the objects that are owned and the run id in schedules need to be adjusted.
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