CREATE USER Command

The CREATE USER command creates the first version of a user definition. A newly created user definition is assigned a version number of 1. This version of the user definition is in test status. Before this user can sign on to idcm, the user definition must be marked to production status (see the MARK STATUS command). You can modify it at any subsequent session as long as it remains in test status.
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The CREATE USER command creates the first version of a user definition. A newly created user definition is assigned a version number of 1. This version of the user definition is in test status. Before this user can sign on to
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, the user definition must be marked to production status (see the MARK STATUS command). You can modify it at any subsequent session as long as it remains in test status.
For more information on creating and maintaining user definitions, see  Defining and Maintaining CA Ideal for CA Datacom Users.
See also CREATE SYSTEM.
This command has the following format:
CREATE USER [
name
]
Operand Definitions
Operand
Description
name
The 1- to 15-character name assigned to the new user definition. The person's name on the user definition fill-in is initialized to this entry. If omitted in the CREATE command, you must enter the name as the person's name on the user definition fill-in. The user definition fill-in is a panel establishes the user, assigns a user privilege, enters descriptive information about the user, and establishes the user's authorization level in each assigned system.