Is it required that the CA Top Secret CAILIB be in the DFHRPL in the CICS startup proc?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Question:

Is it required that the CA Top Secret CAILIB be in the DFHRPL in the CICS startup proc?

Answer:

Basically any TSS/CAKS module that needs a PPT entry defined in CICS needs to be in the DFHRPL. Some examples of functions in CA Top Secret that require PPT entries are the panels, application interface (TSSCAI/TSSCAIN), calling TSSCICS to issue commands, the TSEU=xxxx transactions, panels, TSS commands, locktime, etc are needed in the RPL.

It is not required that all the modules in the CA Top Secret CAILIB be in the DFHRPL, but it's easier to put the CA Top Secret CAILIB in there to eliminate the risk of missing any new versions of modules introduced by CA Top Secret maintenance or a new release.