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What is SMRT Option 22? (CA TPX)

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Article ID: 20599

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Products

TPX - Session Management Vman Session Management for z/OS

Issue/Introduction

Question:

What is SMRT Option 22?

Answer:

SMRT Optional parameter OPTION 022 is used to allow or disallow ACL/E execution on the Main TPX Menu panel.  (Note: SMRT option 13 Optional Parameters, not option 8 Operational Parameters) 

CA strongly recommends leaving the parm set to N. 

When ACL/E is not allowed (OPTION 022: N), attempting to execute an ACL on the TPX main menu will generate this error message:

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*                                                        *

*       MSGID: TEN0004                                   *

*                                                        *

*       CAUSE: aclname  WAS INVOKED ON SMV1 SESSION -    *

*                       NOT ALLOWED BY SMRT OPTION 22    *

*                                                        *

*       TO PROCEED, EITHER -                             *

*                                                        *

*          1. HIT ENTER - TO GET RECONNECTED             *

*                                                        *

*          2. RE-ENTER THE COMMAND:                      *

*                                                        *

*               ===>                                     *

*                                                        * 

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Additional Information:

ACL is the TPX scripting language.  The full name is Automated Conversation Language/Extended (ACL/E).  This is a high-level programming language oriented to the 3270 keyboard. 

Environment

Release: NVINAM00200-5.3-TPX-Session Management-Access Management package
Component: