Command Reference

ACF commands and subcommands
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CA ACF2 lets authorized users create and maintain major components such as the logonid and Infostorage databases using the ACF command and subcommands from the TSO ready prompt. You can also use ISPF panels, console operator commands, and batch processing to perform the same functions. This list provides an overview of the ways you can issue the ACF commands and subcommands.
  • ACF Command
    Provides subcommands, using the ACF command setting, to process CA ACF2 records and access rules. This command setting determines what type of CA ACF2 record you can process. For example, the LID command setting lets you insert logonid records and access rules.
    ACF acf SET LID lid INSERT USER01 DEPT(ACCT) ACCOUNT CICS TSO lid
    In this example, logonid USER01 was inserted and defined with ACCOUNT privileges, access to the CICS environment, and can execute commands from TSO.
  • ACF Subcommands
    Processes types of CA ACF2 records or rule sets. The ACF command setting that you select determines what ACF subcommands you can execute. After you enter the ACF command and establish the appropriate ACF command setting, you can issue the various ACF subcommands. For example, the SET CONTROL subcommand lets you modify global system option records.
    ACF acf SET CONTROL(GSO) control CHANGE SECVOLS VOLMASK(-) control
    In this example, the GSO SECVOLS record VOLMASK field value was set to volume-level protection, protecting DASD and tape volumes.
  • ISPF Panels
    Lets you execute ACF commands from TSO using a menu-driven interface. Use option 6 COMMAND to enter TSO ACF commands from an ISPF command shell. Or you can select option A to use the CA ACF2 interactive panels.
    ----------------------- ISPF/PDF PRIMARY OPTION MENU ------------------------ OPTION ===> 0 ISPF PARMS - Specify terminal and user parameters TIME - 13:41 1 BROWSE - Display source data or output listings TERMINAL - 3278 2 EDIT - Create or change source data PF KEYS - 12 3 UTILITIES - Perform utility functions JULIAN - 21.047 6 COMMAND - Enter TSO command or CLIST PROC - $QATEST 8 ISMF - ISMF PANEL PROC - $QATEST C CHANGES - Display summary of changes for this release --------------------------------------------------------------- A ACF2 - CA-ACF2 Interactive Panels P ACF2/PC - CA-ACF2/PC Panels --------------------------------------------------------------- V SYSVIEW - SYSVIEW T TUTORIAL - Display information about ISPF/PDF X EXIT - Terminate SPF using list/log defaults Enter END command to terminate ISPF.
  • ACF BATCH Command
    Execute the ACF command in batch by using the ACFBATCH utility. The ACFBATCH utility lets you execute the standard CA ACF2 commands in batch. For example, you can use ACFBATCH to perform multiple ACF subcommands.
    //ACFJOB1 EXEC PGM=ACFBATCH //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=A //SYSHELP DD DSN=SYS1.HELP,DISP=SHR //SYSIN DD *
    CHANGE UID(ABC*****) JOB NOTAPE-BLP SET TERSE LIST IF(JOB) SET VERBOSE LIST IF(SECURITY) SHOW STATE HELP FIELDS
    /*
    In this example, the highlighted ACF subcommands are executed from the ACFJOB1 ACFBATCH job.
  • Console Operator Commands
    Issue a subset of CA ACF2 console operator commands while under the ACF command. CA ACF2 provides operator commands for controlling and monitoring its operation. For example, to start and stop the cache synchronization process:
    F ACF2,CACHESYN(START|STOP)