About the OWNER attribute of the USER class record

Document ID : KB000072145
Last Modified Date : 26/02/2018
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Question:
How to use owner() for USER class.
What is the purpose of the owner() for USER class?
Environment:
UNIX/Linux
Answer:
This is to modify the rules which owner is same.

SAMPLE:
AC>su testA
owner : root(USER)
In this case:
root user can be changed the attribution of testA user.
So,
$sewhoami
testB
AC>cu testA grace(XX)
You will see error.

AC>su testA
owner : testB(USER)
In this case:
testB user can be changed the attribution of testA user.
$sewhoami
testB
AC>cu testA grace(XX)
You will not see error.