CA Earl Utilities

You may use three utilities as input for customized reports using CA Earl: TSSREPORT, TSSREPORT2, and TSSREPORT3. TSSREPORT applies the capabilities of CA Earl, an easy-to-use report language, to the output of the TSSCFILE utility to provide formatted summaries of CA Top Secret data.
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You may use three utilities as input for customized reports using CA Earl: TSSREPORT, TSSREPORT2, and TSSREPORT3. TSSREPORT applies the capabilities of CA Earl, an easy-to-use report language, to the output of the TSSCFILE utility to provide formatted summaries of CA Top Secret data.
Default parameters enable you to run sample reports as given. Optional parameters help you to tailor the reports exactly to fit your needs. These reports can also be customized through the use of TSSCFILE and CA-Earl statements. For example, this command limits the report output to selected user ACIDs within the personnel department.
TSS LIST(ACIDS) DEPARTMENT(PERSONNEL) TYPE(USER)
TSSREPORT2 takes the output from the TSSUTIL utility to produce flat file (straight sequential disk) output for use with CA-Earl, as long as the user includes the optional EarlOUT DD statement in the execution JCL.
TSSREPORT3 takes the output from the TSSCPR utility to produce a single report depicting the contents of the CPF Recovery File.
Authority and Scope
CA Top Secret administrative authority is required to execute these reports. To execute the TSSREPORT, TSSREPORT2, and TSSREPORT3 utilities you must have the following administrative authorities required for TSSCFILE, TSSUTIL, and TSSCPR.
TSS ADMIN(acid) ACID(REPORT) RESOURCE(REPORT) DATA(authority level(s))
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In addition, only the MSCA or an SCA can issue the TSSCPR utility.