What do TPX SAMT ACTIONs N and I indicate?
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What do TPX SAMT ACTIONs N and I indicate?


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TPX - Session Management Vman Session Management for z/OS


You use Security Action/Message Tables (SAMTs) to specify how CA TPX will respond to return codes and messages from your security system. A SAMT consists of entries for return codes and messages. For each entry there is a corresponding action for the software to take or a reference to a message for the software to display, or both.

When the software receives a return code or message from the security system, it will check for an entry in the SAMT for that return code or message. If an entry exists, it will take the corresponding action, depending on what you have specified.

Depending on your security system, the software can receive return codes, message IDs, or both from the security system.


What do TPX SAMT Actions N and I indicate? They are not included in the help panel.


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


Here are all of the possible values for the Action field within a SAMT entry:

A - TPX allows the user to continue with the sign-on.

R - TPX rejects the user's attempt to sign-on and displays any messages at the TPX logo panel.

P - TPX reprompts the user for logon information.

L - TPX logs off the terminal, returning it to VTAM.

N - None.  Informational message, no action is required.

I - Ignore. A new password should be ignored. 



Additional Information

TPX 5.4 documentation: Administrating - Security Action/Message Tables