How To Tell If ACID Has OEFILEP Value?


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Is there a way to tell if an OEFILEP value has been added to an ACID in CA Top Secret?




The output will include the OEFILEP value on the ACID. If no OEFILEP is in the list output for the ACID, then one hasn't been added to the ACID in CA Top Secret. If there isn't an OEFILEP value on the ACID, the Maxfileproc value in the BPXPRMxx member will be used. To add an OEFILEP value to the acid, issue

TSS ADD(acid) OEFILEP(nnn)  

where 'nnn' is a value between 3 and 65,535.


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