The Question is:
What is the syntax to modify the UID of a user?
UAF> modify username /UID=[100,329]
%UAF-E-UICERR, error in UIC specification \[100,328]\
The current UID is [420,45]
The Answer is :
$ HELP/MESSAGE UICERR
UICERR, error in UIC specification
Facility: UAF, Authorize Utility
Explanation: A user identification code (UIC) was specified incorrectly.
User identification codes have the format [group,member],
where the values for group and member can be numeric or
alphanumeric. The system translates each code into a 32-
bit octal string; the high-order 16 bits are the group
identifier, the low-order 16 bits are the member identifier.
The member identifier must be unique for each system user.
In a numeric UIC, the group identifier can have an octal
value between 1 and 37776. The member identifier can have
an octal value between 0 and 177776. You can omit leading
zeros when specifying a numeric identifier. In an alphanumeric
UIC, the group and member identifiers can have between 1 and
31 characters, of which at least one must be alphabetic.
Alphabetic characters are the letters A to Z, and the
underscore and dollar sign symbols.
User Action: Correct the specification of the UIC.