I am seeing message ACF75052 ACCESS RULE stored by xxxxxxxx where the logonid is incorrect and appears to be random logonids not related to the rule. What is causing this?

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Issue/Introduction

Question:  
I am seeing message ACF75052 ACCESS RULE stored by xxxxxxxx where the logonid is incorrect and appears to be random logonids not related to the rule. What is causing this?

Answer:  
The problem usually appears after performing F ACF2,REFRESH(ALL). 

ETF/A dynamically implants its intercepts at ACF2 exit points. The REFRESH(ALL) 

will include the refresh of the EXITS record which suddenly removes the ETF/A 

intercepts, which then causes the problem with the incorrect logonid identified 

in the ACF75052 message. 

 

A stop and restart of ETF/A resolves the problem. 

 

Note that there should be ETF/A documentation that identifies this and they 

recommend stopping ETF/A before issuing F ACF2,REFRESH(EXITS) or 

 

F ACF2,REFRESH(ALL) and then restart ETF/A after the refresh is complete.

Additional Information:

For more details regarding the above ETF/A information please contact ETF/A vendor EKC.

 

Environment

Release:
Component: ACF2MS