How To Permit An IBMGROUP to An Acid Profile with LDAP?

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

What is the equivalent LDAP command of TSS PER(AcidProfile) IBMGROUP(Whatever)?

Solution:

The following LDIF file should used:

 
dn: tssresname=RESNAME,tssresclass=IBMGROUP,tssacidgrp=Permissions,
    tssprofile=PROFNAME,tssadmingrp=profiles,host=HostName          
changetype: add                                                     
objectClass: tssresname 
tssresclass: IBMGROUP
tssresname:  RESNAME      
 
and is the equivalent to the following:

TSS PER(PROFNAME) IBMGROUP(RESNAME)  
 

The LDIF file will be used with the following LDAP command:

./ldapmodify -D cn=user_authorized  -w password -a -f test_add_profile.ldif -
h ip_address -p port_number      
 

Note: This example can be used with any other resource class and resource name.

Environment

Release:
Component: TSSLDP