Getting C1E0107I when resetting and Endevor Pakcage

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Article ID: 128814

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Products

CA Endevor Software Change Manager (SCM) CA Endevor Software Change Manager - Natural Integration (SCM) CA Endevor Software Change Manager - ECLIPSE Plugin (SCM) CA Endevor Software Change Manager - Enterprise Workbench (SCM)

Issue/Introduction

After upgrading to the new release of Endevor, when trying to reset an Endevor package in foreground reset an Endevor Package in that is in the Status - In-Approval - we are getting messages that they are restricted. 
They users in question are in the approver group andor the creator of the package. 

ENBP011I  Statement 1 Package 1                                      
RESET PACKAGE 'PACKAGE123456'                                          
ENBP012I  Beginning execution of the RESET action                    
ENMP090I  R1AWKA1 initiating reset of 'PACKAGE123456'                  
C1E0107I  USER XXXXXXX RESTRICTED FROM FUNC PUTILITY RESOURCE XXXX.XXXX.PSEUDO.DSN
C1E0107I  USER XXXXXXX RESTRICTED FROM FUNC PUTILITY RESOURCE XXXX.XXXX.PSEUDO.DSN
C1E0107I  USER XXXXXXX RESTRICTED FROM FUNC PUTILITY RESOURCE XXXX.XXXX.PSEUDO.DSN
PKEX500E  PACKAGE PROCESSING DENIED BY SECURITY EXIT RC(000C) RSN(0008)
ENMP092I  Error message(s) issued during reset of 'PACKAGE123456'      
ENBP023I  The RESET action has completed for package ID 'PACKAGE123456'

Why is this message being issues? 

Environment

Release:
Component: ENDBAS

Resolution

Based on the error messages the user does not have access to perform that action against the package.  To determine why, you need to add the following DD statments and perform the action in batch: 

//BSTERR DD SYSOUT=* 
//EN$TRESI DD SYSOUT=* I
//EN$TROPT DD SYSOUT=* 

Once the job has excuted review the EN$TROPT output - ensure that you are picking up the correct C1DEFLTS Table/ 
Now look at the output for the EN$TRESI (ESI/Security Trace) - this will show you the BC1TNEQU Table. Is this the correct table.? 
 
In this case, the problem is that the correct BC1TNEQU table was not being used.  Update the C1DEFLTS to point to the correct BC1TENQU. and reassemle and relink.