Security Model Profiles (AUTHORIZATION entity-occurrence)

Profiles are occurrences in the AUTHORIZATION entity-type and begin with $DD-. At the installation of ddd Security, five profiles are predefined:
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Profiles are occurrences in the AUTHORIZATION entity-type and begin with $DD-. At the installation of
CA Datacom® Datadictionary™
Security, five profiles are predefined:
  • $DD-ADM
  • $DD-COP
  • $DD-UPD
  • $DD-DIS
  • $DD-SEC-ADM
The first four profiles are provided for compatibility with previous
CA Datacom® Datadictionary™
versions. These profiles provide the same functional levels of security available in previous versions. $DD-SEC-ADM is a special profile used to define the Security Administrator authority. For more information, see Profiles Provided with CA Datacom Datadictionary Security.
The PERSON entity-occurrences defined as having Security Administrator authority can use online and batch facilities. In addition, through security level 2 (SECLVL=0 - 2),
no one
has update authority against PROD status entity-occurrences unless specifically assigned that authority on an exception basis.
Other than the $DD-SEC-ADM profile, a profile (AUTHORIZATION entity-occurrence) alone is meaningless. It has to be related to facilities (SYSTEM entity-occurrences or entity-types (TABLE entity-occurrences) for security authorization to be enforced.
The Security Administrator defines and maintains profiles using either the batch or online maintenance facilities.