When running a CA Panvalet PAN#2 ++PRINT 1-UP report, there is a number 3 following the USER Code field. What is that number?

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When running a CA Panvalet PAN#2 ++PRINT 1-UP report, there is a number 3 following the USER Code field.  What is that number?

Environment

z/OS

Resolution

This indicates that the member is a secured member and this is the Security Access level for the member.

Additional Information

For more information on Security Levels and Access Codes, see the section 'Computing Access Codes' in Chapter 4: PAN#1 Security of the CA Panvalet System Management Guide