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ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access SASCP.V930C.W0.AUTOLIB(SYSRC).

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ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access SASCP.V930C.W0.AUTOLIB(SYSRC).


I am getting the following error running SAS V9.3 in a z/OS environment. I put in a request to get read/update access to this dataset via RACF and still get the error. Do I need different authority or am I missing something else?

ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access SASCP.V930C.W0.AUTOLIB(SYSRC).


ERROR: The SAS Macro Facility has encountered an I/O error.  Canceling submitted


NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing due to receiving a CANCEL request.

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Re: ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access SASCP.V930C.W0.AUTOLIB(SYSRC).

Try accessing the file via TSO, to make sure that you actually have the permissions.

How do you work with SAS in the z/OS environment? Base SAS via TSO, or Enterprise Guide?

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Re: ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access SASCP.V930C.W0.AUTOLIB(SYSRC).

I am able to copy it via tso/ispf.

I am running a batch jcl executing proc=

EXEC SASPROD,WORK='100,100'

PROC ENTRY=SASB,

  CONFIG=NULLFILE,

  TKMVSENV=NULLFILE,

  LOAD='*.NULLPDS,VOL=REF=*.NULLPDS',

  SASAUTO='SASCP.AUTOLIB.DUMMY',

  OPTIONS=,

  OPTNFILE=SITE,

  SORT=4,

  WORK='500,200',

  ALLOCTYP=CYL,

  WORKDEV='(SYSDA,8)',

  HLQ=SASCP.V930C

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Re: ERROR: Insufficient authorization to access SASCP.V930C.W0.AUTOLIB(SYSRC).

Then I have to pass. It's more than 15 years now that we switched to UNIX, so my z/OS/SAS knowledge has grown quite thin ...

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