This article explains how to implement external security in the Datacom/AD Multi-User (MUF) used by CA 7 Workload Automation.
CA 7 uses DBID 770 as Datacom database identifier.
CA 7 12.x
Datacom Security is activated via the following two MUF startup parameters:
You can comment them out until you are ready to activate the Datacom Security by adding an '*' in front like this:
* SECURITY DBDCSCI,DBDCSCQ,DBDCRCI,DBCRCQ,DBDCRAQ
* SECURITY DBDCSSR,DBDCRSR,DBDCSQL,DBDCSQQ,DBDCRAT
Then you will need the help of a Security Administrator.
If you are an ACF2 site then review these CA 7 CAL2OPTN library members:
If you are a RACF site then review these CA 7 CAL2OPTN library members:
If you are a TSS site then review these CA 7 CAL2OPTN library members:
Once the rules are established by your Security Administrator, you may un-comment the two MUF startup SECURITY parameters (by removing the '*' in front of the two SECURITY cards).
See the CA 7 documentation section Secure the Datacom/AD MUF and the Datacom/DB documentation section Using External Security for Datacom.
Refer to your Security product documentation (TSS, RACF or ACF2) for any rules to add.
Also make sure you have applied CA 7 12.0 PTF RO97693 (SAMPLE SECURITY RULE UPDATES) , if you run CA 7 version 12.0 , which updates the AL2xxxxx members listed previously.