Starting with CA Top Secret r12.0, there is a new control option SECCAHE().
When activated, CA Top Secret creates a data space with a common scope, meaning this data space belongs to the master address space.
If there is an issue with it, how can I get a dump of the data space?
Use the MVS 'DUMP' command to dump the CA Top Secret data space.
Please see the example below.
Enter the MVS dump command at the console as follows:
DUMP COMM=('TSS DSP')
xx IEE094D SPECIFY OPERAND(S) FOR DUMP COMMAND
- 'xx' is the message number
- 'tssc00' is the CA Top Secret job name.
- For the DSPNAME= parameter, '1' is the asid number owner of the data space. For the master address space, the asid is '1'.
- 'TSSDSP' is the name of the CA Top Secret data space.
Please refer to the CA Top Secret for z/OS Control Options Guide for more details about the SECCACHE() control option for CA Top Secret r 15.0
For Ca Top Secret r16.0 go to docops.ca.com site; signon; choose your product "CA Top Secret for z/OS - 16.0"; click on "using" link; click on "Specifying Control Options to Modify Your Security Environment" for more details about the SECCACHE() control option.