Create a FACILITY for RDZ and assigning access to users

Document ID : KB000049675
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

Steps To Define An RDz Facility to CA Top Secret

Solution:

An example to define a new FACILITY for the RDZ address space.

TSS MODIFY FACILITY(USERn=NAME=RDZ) where n is an unused number in your system.
TSS MODIFY FACILITY(RDZ=MODE=FAIL)
TSS MODIFY FACILITY(RDZ=PGM=BPX)
TSS MODIFY FACILITY(RDZ=...)

where '...' is any other FACILITY control options that you want to override the default settings.

The TSS MODIFY command is only valid until the next recycle of TSS. To make the changes permanent, add the statements to the TSS parameter

file:

FACILITY(USERn=NAME=RDZ)       
FACILITY(RDZ=MODE=FAIL) 
FACILITY(RDZ=PGM=BPX)
FACILITY(RDZ=...)

After you define the FACILITY in the CA Top Secret parmfile, issue a:

TSS ADD(regionacid) MASTFAC(facilityname)

to associate the FACILITY with the region.

All users using the FACILITY will need to be authorized to that FACILITY in order to signon. Example:

TSS ADD(acid) FAC(facilityname)

where 'acid' is the user acid, an attached profile, or the ALL record, if all users need access.

The started task will need to be recycled, after adding the MASTFAC in order for the changes to be picked up.