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Right now if you need to have ALLOBJ in Pase you either need to
1. Have ALLOBJ on your user profile or 2. Create a second user for everybody who needs ALLOBJ or 3. Share a single user with everybody who needs ALLOBJ
None of those are ideal.
For number 1 always having ALLOBJ is risky. If somebody types an incorrect command or the correct command in the wrong library there could be consequences.
For number 2. This is a hassle and requires additional user profiles. It also requires a user to log into the separate account slowing the user down.
Number 3 has the same drawbacks as number 2 coupled with a harder time logging the person who actually ran the commands.
By porting su and sudo to Pase it would help streamline Pase usage to be similar to other Unix environments.
There could be certain ramifications. A user who has sudo in Pase would potentially be allowed to have ALLOBJ when using the system command. This may not be the expected behavior. It may be preferable to have a user get a new authority such as ALLPASE instead of ALLOBJ.
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