How to display SNAME/UNAME with CA Top Secret?

Document ID : KB000122468
Last Modified Date : 17/12/2018
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Question:
In working with SNAME/UNAME on ACIDs, SNAME/UNAME not displayed on the SDT. Other elements of the SDT e.g. CERTMAP the below command works: TSS LIS(SDT) CERTMAP(ALL) What is the comparable command for SNAME/UNAME? The same LIS command on the SDT comes back with SNAME/UNAME keyword illegal.
Answer:
A TSS LIST(SDT) SNAME(…) or UNAME(…) cannot be done because the SNAME and UNAME are FDT fields that are added to acids, not the SDT record. To display all the SNAMEs on the security file, have an SCA acid run TSSCFILE with the following: TSS LIST(ACIDS) DATA(NAMES) SEGMENT(LNOTES) The 4011 record id will have the following Columns 15-22 will contain the acid Columns 33-40 will contain the FDT name of SNAME Columns 41-51 will contain the FDT display value (SNAME) Columns 52-300 will contain the data in the SNAME (SNAME allows up to 64 characters) To display all the SNAMEs on the security file, have an SCA acid run TSSCFILE with the following: TSS LIST(ACIDS) DATA(NAMES) SEGMENT(NDS) The 4011 record id will have the following Columns 15-22 will contain the acid Columns 33-40 will contain the FDT name of UNAME Columns 41-51 will contain the FDT display value (UNAME) Columns 52-300 will contain the data in the UNAME (UNAME allows up to 246 characters)