How do you include the COMMAND ===> line in the CA ACF2 full screen panel for TSO logons? After installing CA ACF2 maintenance this line no longer appears.

Document ID : KB000053927
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

Before applying CA ACF2 maintenance, the TSO full screen logon panel had a line for COMMAND ===>.
After applying CA ACF2 maintenance, this line is no loner there. How can you get it back?

CA ACF2 provides comments in source member ACF82SCR, found in the CA ACF2 CAISRC library, that detail how to get this command line into the TSO full screen logon panel.

Solution:

CA ACF2 provides the TSO full screen logon panel in source member ACF82SRC, found in the ACF2 CAISRC library. There are comments in this source code that indicate how to enable this feature.

Here are sections of those comments:

. . . . . . 
*                . . . . .  TO ENABLE THIS FEATURE, UNCOMMENT  *
*                THE FIELDDEF ENTRY FOR THE ' CMD' FIELD ID    *
*                AND THE ACFULSCR ENTRY AT THE 'COMMAND' LABEL.*
*                THE COMMAND FIELD MAY BE NO LONGER THAN       *
*                40 CHARACTERS.                                *
. . . . . .
. . . . . . 
UNCOMMENT THE FOLLOWING LINES TO ENABLE THE COMMAND FIELD
*        DC    CL4' CMD'             FIELD ID
*        DC    A(COMMAND-ACFULSCR)   OFFSET
*        DC    A(40)                 LENGTH
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
         SPACE 2
* UNCOMMENT THE FOLLOWING LINES TO ENABLE THE COMMAND FIELD
*COMMAND DC    AL1(SBA,24,3)                  R24 C3
*        DC    AL1(SF),XL2'E440'              FIELD ATTR. BYTE
*        DC    CL10'COMMAND'
*        DC    CL4'===>'
*        DC    AL1(SF),XL1'C1'
*        DC    AL1(SBA,24,20)                 R24 C20
*        DC    XL40'00'                       COMMAND
*        DC    AL1(SBA,24,60)                 R24 C60
*        DC    AL1(SF),XL1'6C'                PROTECT SCREEN
         SPACE 2

CA highly recommends that sites create an SMP/E USERMOD to make this source change to ACF82SCR. Using SMP/E to manage this change will prevent the loss of this functionality without you knowing whenever you apply CA ACF2 maintenance in the future.