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How to display Security Definitions, etc

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Dec 10, 2008
Latest reply on Dec 11, 2008 by ca.portal.admin
Hi,

At our shop, the IDMS responsibilities have been split between the DBA
and the Sysprog. The sysprog has SYSADMIN access, but I do not.

I would like to know what access I need on my userid so that I can
display security definitions, resources, etc etc, as I would like to
learn more about how IDMS all fits together.

For example, when I go into OCF, connect to system, and display my
userid, I can only see this:

OCF 15.0 ONLINE IDMS NO ERRORS DICT=3DSYSTEM
1/10
DIS USER U310781;
*+ Status =3D 0        SQLSTATE =3D 00000
*+   CREATE USER ""U310781""
*+       USER IS ACTIVE
*+       NAME 'M BAKER'
*+       PASSWORD ASSIGNED
*+       PROFILE NULL
*+       DATE CREATED 2006-03-01-10.01.16.391091 BY U256573
*+       DATE LAST UPDATED 2008-12-10-14.31.56.008414 BY U305740
*+       ;


However, when our sysprog issues the same command against my userid, we
get 204 lines listing all of my particular access rights.

Could someone please explain what exactly we need to do so that our
sysprog can grant me display rights, so that I can view my own access
rights, and all the other types of things setup in IDMS, etc.

Thanks very much.
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"Re: How to display Security Definitions, etc"
"You should be able to display your resource categories and groups
defined to OCF if this is how it was setup. In OCF set to the system
dictionary try doing a 'dis all res cat'. Then you can display the
individual resource category. You can also do a 'dis all groups' but
like I said there are many ways to set this up, hope this helps.

Steve Harmeson

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