CA TPX Session Management for z/OS

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  • Welcome to the new CA TPX Community

    Welcome to the new Broadcom Mainframe Software Communities! If you're here, you already know the benefits of learning, connecting and sharing knowledge and experience with other users as well as our own product experts. 

    I'm still be making updates to all of our communities now that the main migration is complete but all of your content has been brought over.

    As always, if you have any questions or feedback feel free to reach out to me directly: lenn.thompson@broadcom.com 

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    RE: Copy usersessions

    Oh, the sessions are also copied with the COPY USER command? Then I am done! Thanks, Svend ------Original Message------ Hi Svend, The correct syntax for copying usersessions is COPY USER USER1 TO (USER2 USER3) When the COPY statement is ...

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    RE: Copy usersessions

    Hi Svend, The correct syntax for copying usersessions is COPY USER USER1 TO (USER2 USER3) When the COPY statement is executed, USER2 and USER2 are added to the administration database. Their user definitions, sessions, and profiles are the same as ...

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