Compuware's File-Aid product (ISPF application) uses a program called FASPF.
FASPF is not defined as a PROGRAM resource to CA Top Secret.
When some users (not all) try to use File Aid, they receive this message:
TSS7251E Access Denied to PROGRAM <FASPF>
Command 'FASPF' abended with code 806000. Load module not found.
The ACIDs getting the TSS7251E messages probably have LCF lists on them.
When a program check is done:
- If it is not defined to CA Top Secret in the PROGRAM resource class, CA Top Secret does an internal LCF check.
- If there are no LCF lists on the ACID, the LCF check passes.
- If there are LCF lists on the ACID, the LCF check will fail if the user isn't authorized.
To verify this is the case:
- For one of the users getting the TSS7251E error
- Issue TSS LIST(acid) DATA(LCF,PROFLIE)
- And see if there are any LCF rules on the ACID or any of the attached profiles with LCF FAC = TSO.
To allow the user, add FASPF to the authorized command list on the acid via:
TSS ADD(acid) COMMAND(TSO,FASPF)
TSS REFRESH(acid) JOBNAME(*)
to refresh the acid in all address spaces.