Currently one dataset as example, data1.-, There are so many ACF2 dataset access rules (various second, third level qualifier etc) defined under the DATA1,
it go up to 4 to 5 nextkeys. If a site has 400 rules defined under DATA1, and a site does not want to repeat those 395 rules in DFP segment and assign the
|same "DFP(TEST)" to each one, how can a site just exclude 5 datasets from encryption.
Out of 400, if i need to exclude only 5 rules from the encryption,
SET PROFILE(DATASET) DIVISION(PROFILE)
ACFAB010 ACF PROFILE COMPILER ENTERED
. - DFP(TEST) -> it allow all the datasets (400 rules) to encryption under the highlevel DATA1
. lvl1.lvl2.DSN1 -> if i code without dfp(test), is it mean this particular dataset excluded from the encryption?
Please advise whether the above rule will work or if there are any other methods to exclude the minimum datasets?
Release : 16.0
Component : CA ACF2 for z/OS
The way to exclude datasets in the compiled PROFILE(DATASET) DIVISION(PROFILE) records is by
specifying DFP(XXXXXXX) where there is no DFP Profile record and the dataset will be excluded.
If a DFP record does not exist dataset encryption will not be done. For example:
Where XXXXXXX there are no DFP Profile record.