User Friendly Name Override File (CA Top Secret to CA LDAP Server)

Typically, when accessing the CA Top Secret security database, you must know the CA Top Secret names for each field. Because these names are limited to eight-bytes, they can be cryptic.
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Typically, when accessing the CA Top Secret security database, you must know the CA Top Secret names for each field. Because these names are limited to eight-bytes, they can be cryptic.
A goal of the CA LDAP Server is to make the interface to CA Top Secret easier to use. To accomplish this goal, the CA LDAP Server has pre-defined User Friendly Names (UFNs) for each field in the CA Top Secret database.
The tssacid cannot be mapped to any other value because the LDAP Server depends on this value.
The format of the User Friendly Name (UFN) Override file is a space-delimited text file. This file contains one line for each UFN that is to be overridden. The first column is the real CA Top Secret field name. The second column is the UFN Name to be used for the real field name. The real field name is not case-sensitive, and the entries do not have to be in any sequence. 
Example:
TSOLPROC    TsoProcedure Home        OMVSHomeDir TSOMSIZE    TsoMaxSize