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MVS TSO 2 Tab

Use this tab to identify the logonID record information about the default values that are in force when the user logs onto TSO.

You must have the appropriate authority, as listed in the @CFDE entry, to update a field. This authority is usually the SECURITY or ACCOUNT privilege.

The fields in this tab are listed below:

Account

Lets the user specify an account number at logon. This number overrides the value in the user's default TSO logon account field.

In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-ACCT logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Dest

Lets the user specify a remote output destination at logon. This value overrides the TSO default output destination value. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-DEST logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Msgclass

Lets the user specify a message class at logon. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-MSG logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed. This field can be helpful in debugging (in non-UADS mode only) by permitting the debugger to specify the message class for TSO session outputs.

Perform

Lets the user specify a performance group at logon. This value overrides the default TSO Performance group value. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the TSOPERF logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Proc

Lets the user specify the TSO procedure name at logon. This value overrides the default TSO Procedure value set for TSO logon information. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-PROC logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Recover

Lets the user specify the recover option of the TSO or TSO/E Command Package at logon. If the TSO Recover attribute is not turned on, the user cannot issue the PROFILE RECOVER command. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Size

Lets the user specify a region size at logon that is larger than the maximum region size value. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-SIZE logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Time

Lets the user specify the TSO session time limit at logon. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-TIME logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Unit

Lets the user specify the TSO unit name at logon. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the LGN-UNIT logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Account Command

Specifies that the user has TSO accounting privileges. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the ACCTPRIV logonID record file. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed. If using UADS, this field is updated with the TSO ACCOUNT command.

All Commands

Lets this user enter a special character to bypass the CA-ACF2 restricted command lists. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the ALLCMDS logonID record field. This special character is defined in the BYPASS field of the GSO TSO record.

Console

Lets this user access the TSO/E CONSOLE facility.

Full Command Name

Forces the user to type in the full name or alias of a command in the TSO command list. CA‑ACF2 does not accept a shortened command name from a user with this attribute. This is a one-byte binary field. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the CMD-LONG logonID record field.

Full Screen Logon

Lets this user use the full-screen display to log onto TSO. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the TSOFSCRN logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Intercom

Lets this user receive messages from other users through the TSO SEND command. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Submit Authority (JCL)

Lets the user submit batch jobs from TSO. This attribute also lets the user issue the SUBMIT, STATUS, CANCEL, and OUTPUT commands (for example, use TSO SUBMIT). This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Mail

Specifies that this user can receive mail messages from TSO at logon.

Mode

Specifies that this user receives mode messages from TSO. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Mount

Lets the user issue mounts for devices. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Msgid

Specifies that TSO messages to this user have prefixes appended to their message IDs. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Notices

Specifies that this user can receive TSO notices at logon.

Operator

Specifies that this user has TSO operator privileges. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Pause

Specifies that the user's program will pause when a multi-level message is issued by a command executed in a CLIST. This lets the user type in a question mark to receive the second-level messages. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Prompt

Specifies that CA-ACF2 prompts this user for missing or incorrect parameters. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Profile Recover

Specifies that this user's PROFILE RECOVER option is set on at logon. This enables the user to access the recover option of the TSO or TSO/E Command Package. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Require Account

Forces this user to specify a TSO account number at logon. To implement this field, you must also select ACCOUNT in the Logon parameter privileges section. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the PMT-ACCT logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Require Procedure

Forces this user to specify a TSO procedure name at logon. To implement this field, you must also check the Proc check box in the Logon parameter privileges section. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the PMT-PROC logonID record field. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.

Unicenter User

Specifies that the user also resides on the Unicenter TNG platform. When set, CPF allows commands referring to this logonID to be sent to nodes defined to CPF as UNINODES.

Validate Account

Specifies that CA-ACF2 validates this user's TSO account number. An asset group for the account number must be created with a group type of TAC so that CA-ACF2 will perform this validation. In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the VLD-ACCT logonID record field.

Validate Procedure

Specifies that CA-ACF2 validates this user's TSO procedure name. An asset group for the procedure name must be created with a group type of TPR so that CA-ACF2 will perform this validation. In CA‑ACF2, this is the same as the VLD-PROC logonID record field.

WTP

Specifies that all Write-to-Programmer (WTP) messages are displayed for this user. All CA-ACF2 violation and warning messages are issued as WTPs. All TSO logonID records should have this attribute so that they can receive CA-ACF2 messages. This field is active only if UADS is bypassed.