ca.portal.admin

Re:Re: User Security.

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Sep 8, 2010
It's as I remember.

However, we're not an ADS shop :-(

The only ""ADS"" we have is the tool kits LOGD.

Thanks much.
From Dick on the BlackBerry

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From: Mak, Paul [mailTo:paul.mak@hp.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 08:07 PM
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Cc: richard.pierce@state.ma.us <Richard.Pierce@state.ma.us>
Subject: RE: User Security.

Dick,

We have similar User definition. The Security Class of 1 means you have
an ADSA application with Function Response defined with Security Class
of 1.

*+       ACCESS TO SYSTEM DCSYSTEM VERSION IS 6
*+           PRIORITY IS 100
*+           INSTALLATION CODES 'AMC  MCDIVDCDIVSCDIVSHCEN'
*+           SECURITY CLASSES ( 1 2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
33 34
*+                 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 52 53 54
61 63
*+                 64 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86
87 88
*+                 89 90 91 92 95 96 101 102 104 105 106 107 108 109 120
122 )

In ADSA application definition, we have a Response Definition with
Security Class of 70 and the User is given permission to execute this
response in his list of security classes.
Response Definition

Application name: CSDMAIN Version: 1
Response name: CRIMC Drop response
(/) _
Function invoked: NEXTTASK
Description . . . . Criminal Case Security class:
70


ACCess to SYStem/SUBSYstem system-name
Establishes (INCLUDE) or removes (EXCLUDE) a system access
privilege. If
this clause is specified in a non Advantage CA-IDMS environment,
the
user/system relationship is documentation.
Note: You must have IDMS-DC authority to use this clause.
INStallation code is character-literal
Specifies an installation code for the named user. This code can
be accessed at
runtime by user exits or programs to provide additional
security. Character-literal
must be a 1- through 32-character alphanumeric symbol specified
as an absolute
expression.
PRIority is 0/user-priority
Specifies the dispatching priority for the named user. DC/UCF
uses the
dispatching priority in combination with task and logical
terminal priorities to
establish a run-time dispatching priority for tasks initiated by
the named user.
User-priority must be an integer in the range 0 through 255; the
default for ADD
operations is 0. A high number indicates a high dispatching
priority. SECurity classes is
Adds or deletes security class codes for the named user; the
user can execute only
programs and tasks with matching security classes.



Regards,
Paul Mak
Database Administrator - CA-IDMS & ObjectStar
Applications Development & Systems Integration
HP Enterprise Services, South Pacific
Telephone +61 2 9022 2604
Mobile +61 419 398 116
Email paul.mak@hp.com
Level 2, 410 Concord Road, Rhodes, NSW 2138, AUSTRALIA

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