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CA Tuesday Tip: Privileged Identity Manager - Which selang commands can be used in short syntax?

Discussion created by CAS Employee on Mar 10, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 10, 2015 by kristen.palazzolo

Which selang commands can be used in short syntax?

 

There are many selang commands but not all can be used in short syntax. Here is a collection of the selang commands that can be used with short syntax.

 

Note:  commands that are marked with an asterisk (*) in the Description column of the table below are valid for more than one environment but differ in the way they operate in each environment.

 

command                             short syntax                            environments                 description

 

authorize                                   auth                                     AC and nt                    *Sets the authority a specific accessor has when accessing a specific resource.       

authorize-                                  auth-                                    AC and nt                    *Removes the authority previously given to a specific accessor when accessing a specific resource.       

chfile                                           cf                                        AC and native             *Changes the definition of a file record in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

chgrp                                          cg                                       AC and native              *Changes existing internal group settings in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

chres                                          cr                                        AC and nt                    *Changes an existing resource record in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

chusr                                          cu                                       AC and native              *Changes an existing internal user in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

chxgrp                                       cxg                                            AC                           Changes existing enterprise group settings in the CA Access Control database.       

chxusr                                       cxu                                            AC                           Changes existing enterprise user settings in the CA Access Control database.       

editfile                                        ef                                        AC and native               *Adds or changes the definition of a file record in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

editgrp                                       eg                                       AC and native               *Adds a new group to, or changes existing group settings in, the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

editres                                       er                                        AC and nt                     *Adds a new resource record to, or changes an existing resource record in, the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

editusr                                       eu                                       AC and native               *Adds a new user to, or changes an existing user in, the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

editxgrp                                    exg                                             AC                          Adds a new enterprise group or changes existing enterprise group properties, in the CA Access Control database.

editxusr                                    exu                                             AC                          Adds a new enterprise user or changes existing enterprise user properties, in the CA Access Control database.       

environment                             env                                             all                            Sets the security environment selang is operating on.       

find                                             f                                          AC and native               Lists the classes in the environment or the records in a class.       

join                                             j                                          AC and native               *Joins a user to a group.       

join-                                            j-                                         AC and native               *Removes a user from a group.       

joinx                                           jx                                                AC                          Joins an enterprise user to a group       

joinx-                                          jx-                                               AC                          Removes an enterprise user from a group.       

newfile                                       nf                                                AC                          Adds the definition of a file record in the CA Access Control database.       

newgrp                                       ng                                        AC and native               *Adds a new group to the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

newres                                        nr                                        AC and nt                     *Adds a new resource record to the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

newusr                                        nu                                       AC and native               *Adds a new internal user to the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

newxgrp                                     nxg                                             AC                          Adds a new enterprise group to the CA Access Control database.       

newxusr                                     nxu                                             AC                          Adds a new enterprise user to the CA Access Control database.       

rmfile                                          rf                                                AC                          Removes a file resource record from the CA Access Control database.       

rmgrp                                         rg                                         AC and native              *Removes a group from the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

rmres                                         rr                                          AC and nt                    *Removes a resource record from the CA Access Control or native Windows database.       

rmusr                                         ru                                         AC and native              *Removes a user from the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

rmxgrp                                      rxg                                               AC                          Removes an enterprise group from the CA Access Control database.       

rmxusr                                      rxu                                               AC                          Removes an enterprise user from CA Access Control       

setoptions                                 so                                          AC and nt                    *Sets or displays the global options that control the behavior of the database.       

showfile                                     sf                                          AC and native              *Lists the properties of file records in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

showgrp                                    sg                                         AC and native               *Lists the properties of group records in the CA Access Control or native OS database.       

showres                                    sr                                          AC and nt                      *Lists the properties of records in the CA Access Control or native Windows database.       

showusr                                    su                                         AC and native               *Lists the properties of user records in the CA Access Control database or the native OS database.       

showxusr                                 sxu                                             AC                             Lists the properties of enterprise user records in CA Access Control.     

 

 

Carlos Solla

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