ca.portal.admin

Re: Security Definition

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Dec 7, 2010
Bill,

You will only see the HOLDS SIGNON privilege on SYSTEM if you've GRANTed
the SIGNON privilege. Since the SIGNON is secured externally, you would
not have GRANTs on SIGNON, so it's completely normal to not see it when
you display the user.

Laura Rochon
Ajilon

On 07/12/2010 10:07 AM, William M. Allen, Jr. wrote:
Hello All:



I have a security question that I can't seem to figure out, here is our
SRTT, what I don't understand is why when I display a user I do not see
the
HOLDS SIGNON privileges on SYSTEM, as you can see we secure SIGNON
externally but the system resource is secured internally.



So the question is why when I display a user I don't see any HOLDS SIGNON
ON
SYSTEM privileges for any user?



*---------------------------------------------------------

* INITIAL

*---------------------------------------------------------

#SECRTT TYPE=INITIAL,
X

ENVNAME=NULL,
X

SGNRETN=OFF,
X

SYSPROF=DEFAULT,
X

USRPROF=USER,
X

DFLTSGN=YES,
X

SVCNUM=172



#SECRTT SECBY=EXT,TYPE=ENTRY,RESTYPE=SGON, X

EXTCLS='$IDMS',EXTNAME=(RESNAME)

#SECRTT SECBY=INT,TYPE=ENTRY,RESTYPE=SYST



William M. Allen, Jr.

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