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How can we tell if we are using the [email protected] exit that is supplied by ACF2?

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Article ID: 237306

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ACF2 - DB2 Option

Issue/Introduction

The ACF2 supplied version of the DB2 exit [email protected] is installed.

Is there a way to ascertain if this exit is being used.

Environment

Release : 1.3

Component : ACF2 Option for Db2

Resolution

The supplied ACF2 code for [email protected] and [email protected] will use xref(sgp) records
to define secondary authids.

If you issue the following commands, you might be able to identify what looks like ACF2
logonids that will be associated with secondry authids.

ACF
SET X(SGP)
LIST LIKE(-)
END

The key of the record will be the "secondary authid"
The data will be all the logonids that would be able to access the "secondary authid".
The ACF2/DB2 rules should be reviewed to see if the authids are referenced and being given access.

This should provide confirmation that the site is setup for and using secondary authids.