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MQ RESLEVEL

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Products

Top Secret

Issue/Introduction

How to secure RESLEVELs profiles in MQ 9.0 under Top Secret?

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : Top Secret for z/OS

Resolution

MQ 9.0 Table 77 PDF page 801  or manual page 785.
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1. If you decide to secure RESLEVEL resource, define them to TSS via:

TSS ADD(owningacid) MQADMIN(hlp)

TSS ADD(owningacid) MXADMIN(hlq)

Where hlq can be either ssid (subsystem ID) or qsg (queue sharing group ID).

 

2. Then PERMIT them to their respective users or PROFILEs:

TSS PER(acid/profile) MQADMIN(hlp.RESLEVEL) ACCESS(accesslevel)

TSS PER(acid/profile) MXADMIN(hlq.RESLEVEL) ACCESS(accesslevel)

Where hlq can be either ssid (subsystem ID) or qsg (queue sharing group ID).

 

Table 77 explains how the MQ product will react depending on the ACCESS level you set on the PERMIT in the BATCH environment.

RESLEVEL and CICS connections -Table 78 -page787 (PDF page 803)
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Table 78 is similar to the Table 77 but it explains how MQ will behave in the CICS connection based on the ACCESS level you give it on the PERMIT mentioned above.

 

RESLEVEL and the channel initiator connection -Table 80 -page788 – (PDF page 804)
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Table 80 is s similar to the Table 77 and but it explains how MQ will behave in the channel initiator connection based on the ACCESS level you give it on the PERMIT mentioned above.