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Logon Settings Tab

Use this tab to specify logon ID record information, such as when the selected logon ID becomes active and inactive and when the logon ID can and cannot access the server.

The fields in this tab are listed below:

Effective Date

Specifies the date that this logon ID becomes active. Use the form specified in the Date Format field on your server. The logon ID becomes active one minute after midnight on this date and cannot be used before then.

Size/Type: 5-8 alphanumeric characters specified in CAI_DATEFMT format

Format: mm/dd/yy, yy/mm/dd, or dd/mm/yy

Expiration Date

Specifies the date that this temporary logonID record expires. Use the form specified in the Date Format field on your server. After this date, this logonID cannot be used to access the system or to submit jobs.

Size/Type: 5-8 alphanumeric characters specified in CAI_DATEFMT format

Format: mm/dd/yy, yy/mm/dd, or dd/mm/yy

Password Extract

Specifies that the password for the logonID is halfway-encrypted and can be extracted by an APF-authorized program.

Calendar or Shift Record

Specifies the name of the calendar record used to validate system access based on the time of day or days of the week specified in the record. The calendar record name you include must already exist.

In CA-ACF2, this is the same as the SHIFT parameter of access and resource rules.

Size/Type: 1-8 alphanumeric characters specified in CAI_DATEFMT format

Input Source Record

Specifies the logical or physical input source name or source group name from which a user must access the system. If you leave this field blank, any input source is valid. You can mask this field. The source record name you include must already exist.

Size/Type: 1-8 alphanumeric characters specified in CAI_DATEFMT format

Program-Pathed Tracing

If checked, SMF loggings are created. These loggings contain the Active Library List for all data set access attempts made by this logonid in a batch job. Program-Pathed Tracing is a tool that helps in the coding of program‑pathed dataset access rules.

Program-Pathed Tracing Violations

If checked, SMF loggings are created. These loggings contain the Active Library List for all data set access violations made by this logonid in a batch job. Program-Pathed Tracing Violations is a tool that helps in the coding of program‑pathed dataset access rules.