IKJ56644I NO VALID TSO USERID, DEFAULT USER ATTRIBUTES USED With TSS LIST Command In Batch.

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

When submitting a job that just does a "TSS LIST" on user ACIDs, the following message appears:

IKJ56644I NO VALID TSO USERID, DEFAULT USER ATTRIBUTES USED

There is a "USER=" parameter in the job control statements referring to a user ACID that is different from the submitter.

What does that message mean? How can it be stopped?

Solution:

When running TSS commands in batch, the program executing is IKJEFT01, which is a TSO program.

The message indicates the ACID could not be identified as a valid TSO user, so the default user attributes are used. CA Top Secret is not the one issuing the IKJ56644I message. It is TSO.

To stop the message:

  1. TSS ADD FACILITY(TSO)

  2. And a TSO segment to the acid which the job is running.

Once the ACID has FACILITY (TSO) and a TSO segment, it is then a valid TSO user and the IKJ56644I message is not issued.

Environment

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Component: AWAGNT