TSSCHART Utility

TSSCHART builds a tree structure of the full CA Top Secret Security File in memory consisting of control blocks representing divisions, departments, profiles, and users. This tree structure is then filtered, depending on user parameters. These parameters, which reside in the SYSIN DD file, are completely in free format and can come from a data set of any LRECL size. The tree structure is also automatically filtered according to the administrator's scope; that is, an administrator may only chart those ACIDs within his scope of authority. After the tree structure is appropriately filtered, TSSCHART “walks through” the tree, and uses the Security File to print more detailed information.
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TSSCHART builds a tree structure of the full CA Top Secret Security File in memory consisting of control blocks representing divisions, departments, profiles, and users. This tree structure is then filtered, depending on user parameters. These parameters, which reside in the SYSIN DD file, are completely in free format and can come from a data set of any LRECL size. The tree structure is also automatically filtered according to the administrator's scope; that is, an administrator may only chart those ACIDs within his scope of authority. After the tree structure is appropriately filtered, TSSCHART “walks through” the tree, and uses the Security File to print more detailed information.
Authority and Scope
The administrator must have RESOURCE(REPORT) or ACID(REPORT) authority to run TSSCHART.
Users with no administrative authority may use TSSCHART if given USE access to entity TSSUTILITY.TSSCHART in the CASECAUT resource class. An administrator can grant this access by using the following command:
TSS PERMIT(user) CASECAUT(TSSUTILITY.TSSCHART) ACCESS(USE)