TSS7251E Access Denied to PROGRAM <FASPF> With Compuware's File-Aid.

Document ID : KB000053321
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

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.

Solution:

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:

  1. For one of the users getting the TSS7251E error

  2. Issue TSS LIST(acid) DATA(LCF,PROFLIE)

  3. 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.