The client wants to know what are TOP SECRET definitions for IBMOPC. He cannot find them,
Define OPC/A as a facility using CA-7 as a model.
PGM=CSY id=? TYPE=099
MODE=WARN DOWN=GLOBAL LOGGING=MSG,SEC9
UIDACID=8 LOCKTIME=000 DEFACID=*NONE* KEY=8
To define a PROCNAME to the STC Table and an OPC/A region ACID, enter the following command:
TSS ADDTO(STC) ACID(opca region acid) PROCNAME(OPCA)
Define a resource class for OPC/A in the RDT as follows:
TSS ADDTO(RDT) RESCLASS(OPCCLASS) RESCODE(nn) ATTR(LONG)
TSS ADDTO(RDT) RESCLASS(IBMOPC) RESCODE(nn) ATTR(LONG)
TSS REPLACE(RDT) RESCLASS(OPCCLASS) ACLST(ALL,UPDATE,READ,NONE)
TSS REPLACE(RDT) RESCLASS(IBMOPC) ACLST(ALL,UPDATE,READ,NONE)
Failure to add this RDT entry will result in one of the following errors:
TSS9410E Unknown classname(OPCCLASS) for SVC(SVCNAME)
TSS9410E Unknown classname(IBMOPC) for SVC(SVCNAME)
There are calls against predefined resource classes SURROGAT, APPLICATION, and JESJOBS.
The resource entity used in the APPLICATION resource class is the OPC/A subsystem name, expressed as follows:
TSS PERMIT(ACID) APPLICATION(opca subsystem name)
Note: In Step 3, the class names are derived from OPC/ESA documentation.
Either class will work exactly the same, regardless of the release of eTrust CA-Top Secret.
If you are currently using OPC/ESA with a class name of OPCCLASS, there is no reason to change to the new class name of IBMOPC.
Please, refer to TSS Implementation: Other Guide. OPC/ESA.