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CICSLVL for assembly of CICS Options

  • 1.  CICSLVL for assembly of CICS Options

    Posted 07-17-2007 08:50 AM
    Hello All:

    Can anyone tell me what the CICSLVL should be for CICS TS 2.2. Currently
    I have CICSLVL=41, searched support connect did not find anything.

    Bill Allen
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    Test 16.0 Fix TF24478
    "Hi,



    Test fix TF24478 mentions about large subschemas being link/edited into
    CDMSLIB causing S0C4's. How large does the subschema load have to be for
    this to happen? TF24393 is the 15.0 version.



    Thanks



    Chris Wood

    Alberta Department of Energy

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    RACF security for table procedure
    "We recently converted a CV from IDMS signon security to RACF signon
    security. It went smoothly, thanks to tips from this listserv.

    All resources other than signon are still secured using IDMS security.
    But now we need to change one table procedure, and its access module, to
    be secured using RACF security instead. (While leaving everything else
    the same.) Can anyone provide sample syntax for doing this, for both
    RHDCSRTT and RACF?

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    Re: Test 16.0 Fix TF24478
    "I don't know what the max size can be.
    But we have 1 subschema that was too large. Loadmodulesize 797696 bytes x'0C2C00'
    I applied (r16 sp1) TF24478, and before that the one for r15, and everything works well.

    Peter van de Ven Atos Origin

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