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TSS0367E When Deleting ACID

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Article ID: 19071

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

When deleting an ACID, the following error is received.


 	TSS0367E RESOURCE HAS BEEN PERMITTED TO ANOTHER ACID

Solution:

Issue TSS LIST(acid) DATA(RESOURCE) to see if the ACID to be deleted owns any resources. If it does, and you need the resource(s) to continue to be owned, UNDERCUT them to another ACID (we recommend dept acids own resources) via:


 	TSS ADD(dept) resclass(resname) UNDERCUT NOPERMIT 

If you don't need the resource(s) to continue to be owned, issue TSS WHOHAS for each resource and revoke these permits. When the acid is deleted, the ownership will be removed.

Environment

Release: TOPSEC00200-15-Top Secret-Security
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