You'll want to use VMSECURE commands ADDENTRY or DELENTRY when adding or deleting a SUBCONFIG entry.
VMSECURE MANAGE will allow you to modify *existing* SUBCONFIG entries but you have to use the ADDENTRY command to create it.
Use VMSECURE MANAGE to modify existing SUBCONFIGs.
You can create a SUBCONFIG entry interactively, through the MANAGE screen for its associated IDENTITY entry.
Creating and Deleting SUBCONFIG Entries
Right below (in the doc) are the steps for Creating a SUBCONFIG Entry with the
If ADDENTRY does not create a subconfig entry, and only creates a user entry, that’s likely because you did not specify the IN and ON parms.
As doc’ed for ADDENTRY:
Specifies that a SUBCONFIG entry will be created using either an input file or a skeleton. A BUILD statement for the new SUBCONFIG entry will be added to the named identity directory entry. If IN is specified, then ON must also be specified
Specifies that a SUBCONFIG entry will be created using either an input file or a skeleton. A BUILD statement for the new SUBCONFIG will specify the named member of an SSI complex. The member name must be '*' if used in a non-SSI environment. If ON is specified, then IN must also be specified
As you can see, you need to specify both IN and ON and parms.
VMSECURE ADDENTRY AAAAAAA (IN MAINT ON TESTCP##
VMSECURE ADDENTRY TCPIP-2 ( NOSKEL IN TCPIP2 ON *
Where tcpip-2 is the name of the subconfig
And tcpip2 is the name of the member
Note: This is a non SSI environment so ON *
To create an IDENTITY entry and its subconfigs, first create a user ID and modify it to be an IDENTITY. Then add SUBCONFIG entries for the IDENTITY entry.
Creating an SSI IDENTITY Directory Entry and SUBCONFIG Entries
You can create a new subconfig in a couple of ways.
If you issue VMSECURE MANAGE identityname you will see selection 1 will help you create a new SUBCONFIG for that identity.
If you use something like ADDENTRY, you need to use a skeleton that directs VMSECURe to make a SUBCONFIG.
I have a skeleton called SUBCFG that consists of this:
*-----End VM:Secure Directory Comments-----*
* System Specific Minidisks *
Then I can do:
VMSECURE ADDENTRY subconfig-name SUBCFG (IN identity-name ON ssi-member-name
Once created you can MANAGE it or use other commands on it like you normally would.