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Who is inside an Area in the database?

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Mar 25, 2007
Hi all,

I know that you can dTo: RET IMM, then OFF IMM, in order to kick everyone
out of a particular area, so that you can (for eg.) restructure it.

However, I am curious to know if there is a way of determining who
exactly is inside a specific area (eg. via DMLO, OLQ, etc).

Thanks.
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Who is inside an Area in the database?
"Hi all,

I know that you can dTo: RET IMM, then OFF IMM, in order to kick everyone
out of a particular area, so that you can (for eg.) restructure it.

However, I am curious to know if there is a way of determining who exactly
is inside a specific area (eg. via DMLO, OLQ, etc).

Thanks.
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check your ca-support connect product repository .....
"as of this morning, most all of our products were missing from our
licensed product repository, locking us out of fix searches by product or
even viewing open issues for the missing products - 3 of us at our shop
independently opened issues w/CA at we all got the same canned reply:


Hello xxxxxxxx,

This is with reference to the issue number xxxxxxxx.

I understand that the products are missing from the list in your Support
Connect profile to open issues. This is a known issue on our end and our
maintenance team is investigating into this problem. However, we do not
have
any estimated time of access for this issue.

I apologize for the inconvenience.

Thanks and regards,
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
xxxxxxx@ca.com



This seemed to happen to us much more frequently in the past - it seems
there is a Sunday night rebuild of each client's product repository from
some other datasource, and when that build fails, we are left with a
corrupt database ... so far we are out IDMS and CA-DB2 products (and more,
I am sure ...)



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Senior IDMS & DB2 Database Administrator
Humana Inc
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CAS Installation Screen?
"Hi Listers:

We have an audit request to gather all of the CAS modules using a CAS
Installation Screen.

This screen displays all of the modules with a 'yes' or a 'no' next to
it.



Though the instructions from our auditor are not totally correct I
thought I'd share them if it reminds anyone

of what I'm talking about. Thanks again to all.





The Instructions from our Auditor:

Get the modules of CAS installed, to achieve this final requirement
please follow the steps below;



Log on To: ""IDMS"" (the databases that CAS runs on)



Select ""CAS""



Select ""CAS"" Module (the security module for CAS)



Select ""Install Menu""



Select ""CAS Inst""



You are now in the ""CAS Installation Maintenance"" screen.



This screen displays all modules that are installed and the modules
either has a Y(for yes) or an N (for no)





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BAE Systems

York Pa.,

717 225 8109

John.Doneker@baesystems.com


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Re: Who is inside an Area in the database?
"At 23:07 3/25/2007, you wrote:
Hi all,

However, I am curious to know if there is a way of determining who exactly
is inside a specific area (eg. via DMLO, OLQ, etc).
Lest we forget, the ever-popular LOCKMON task can accomplish what you
want .....



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Re: CAS Installation Screen?
"Task code to get into the CAS security module is ""CAS"" - key this in at
""ENTER NEXT TASK CODE"" and press enter. Hopefully you'll be able to do
this; if not then you need a signon with sufficient security to access
the security database and dictionary.

Once you get into the application, the response you're looking for is
CASINST, which you should be able to key in directly from the
application 'banner' screen. If you want to traverse through menus and
submenus to get to it, however, here are the responses, starting from
the 'banner' screen.

MENU
INSTAL.M
INSTCAS
CASINST

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