I am running the ETCLNRUL executable REXX script. What does NOLIST NOVERIFY parameters mean in the command files?
NOLIST and NOVERIFY are ETCLNRUL parameters that are passed on the ACF2 ACFNRULE utility that does the actual delete of the rule entry.
Sample Command file entry:
000001 ETCLNRUL KEY(VH99NK1) TYPE(TPD) -
000002 DEL ( -
000003 UID(X1********27R46) ALLOW-
000004 ) NOLIST NOVERIFY
ETCLNRUL is an executable REXX script used to perform rule cleanup. ETCLNRUL calls the ACF2 ACFNRULE utility.
NOLIST and NOVERIFY are ACFNRULE parameters which are described as follows.
[LIST | NOLIST]
Specifies whether the rule set is listed upon compilation. This listing is sent either to SYSPRINT (for a batch job) or
to the terminal (if run as a TSO command).
[VERIFY | NOVERIFY]
Requests that the user is prompted for rule deletion. After listing the rules to delete, ACFNRULE asks for a YES or
NO to actually delete the rules. If the user specifies NO, ACFNRULE terminates. The VERIFY function is not available
in the batch environment.