What does the changer of ACF2 mean in the ACFRPTLL report?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

The ACFRPTLL report generator uses the SMF records issued for CA ACF2 recovery purposes to provide an updated activity report for the Logonid database.  CA ACF2 logonid records are updated for two distinct reasons. The first is maintenance of the logonid database. The second group of changes occurs during JESx and logon validation where the logonid access counts, time and source of the last access, and possibly the password are changed.

Question:

What does the changer of ACF2 mean in the ACFRPTLL report?

CA ACF2 Security - ACFRPTLL - LOGONID MODIFICATION LOG - PAGE 1

DATE mm/dd/yy (yy.ddd) TIME hh.mm SUMMARY

DATE               TIME   LOGONID/ JOBNAME CHANGER/ CHANGE  CPU  USING

yy.ddd mm/dd  hh.mm  TLC725    TLC454     ACF2       CHANGE  CPU1 

Answer:

When the changer is ACF2, that means the ACF2 address space was directly involved, such as when the command F ACF2,RESET(logonid) is issued that lowers the user PSWD-VIO counter down, or when CPF or DDB are involved and a change is made to a logonid record.

Additional Information:

For more information on the ACF2, please go to the CA Documentation webite: https://docops.ca.com/home