Can CPFNODES in the parmfile also be in the NDT as well.
Release : 16.0
Component : CA Top Secret for z/OS
CPF definitions in the NDT override what is in the TSS parameter file.
The CPF journal files and RECVCMDS file are informational. The journal
files provide an historical record of the command traffic to and from TSS.
The RECVCMDS file is used to record incoming traffic.
Can have CPFNODES in the parmfile as well as in the NDT. If the same
node is in both the NDT and parmfile, TSS will use the one in the NDT.
Can tell which one(s) is in the parmfile by doing a TSS MODIFY(STATUS(CPF)).
The one(s) in the parmfile will display like this:
CPFNODE(XA25) Static Status(INACTIVE,NOSPOOL,RETRY)
'Static' means it is taken from the TSS parameter file.
The only way to dynamically define a new CPF node is via the NDT.