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SYSVIEW Internal Security error message SECU008E Command not authorized for CICSTRAN CSKL

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Article ID: 199223

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Products

SYSVIEW Performance Management NXBRIDGE - SYSVIEW/ENDEVOR

Issue/Introduction

Attempting to issue a PURGE command against a CICS transaction.

The following confirmation message appears:
GSVX160A Enter YES to confirm: PURGE TRAN CSKL TASK 46 JOBNAME CICSM4

but after answering YES, I get this:
SECU008E Command not authorized for CICSTRAN CSKL

We don't use external security. I am in a security group that should allow this command:

 Command  Sub-Cmd  Access Alter CmdGroup   Description         
 CICSSET    PURGE      AL       YES                     Purge transaction   

Environment

Release : 15.0

Component : SYSVIEW

Resolution

The Sysview Administrator will have the authorization to make the internal Security updates to Sysview.
They will need to perform the following to allow you authority to Purge transactions:

1) From Sysview Security determine your user group and select that User Group.

2) Select the Resources Section as in example below:

Cmd Section_Name
Miscellaneous Section
User IDs Section
Commands Section
Command Groups Section
Command Fields Section
Jobnames Section
s Resources Section
External Security Section

3) From here, tab down to and select CICSTRAN as in the example below:


Cmd Resource Description
s CICSTRAN CICS Transactions
CICSTSQ CICS Temporary Storage Queues
CICSVAR CICS Resource Variables

4) From here, you can set the authorization for a specific CICS transaction, or you can set the authorizations to cover all CICS transactions as in the example below:

Resource-Value Access Actions
newresource
= A ALTER,CANCEL,DISABLE,ENABLE,
FORCE,PURGE

Once you have made the update(s), back completely out of Security, and have any user affected log out and back into Sysview to pick up the changes.