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newroad

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 12:01 am    Post subject: Find list of all TSO users who used it in past 1 month (ACF2
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How can we get list of all TSO users who actually used/logged on to TSO in past 2 months. Security product is ACF2.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:23 am    Post subject:
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Since TSO usage writes SMF Type 30 records, this might be a better - and more universal - data source. My only real concern is whether SMF30RUD (advertised as RACF userid) is filled in in an ACF2 environment. I don't know about ACF2; the equivalent data in the RACF data base is the last access of any sort - RACF does not distinguish between TSO, batch, CICS, online IMS, or to really go outside the usual realm, IDMS, Roscoe, or TPX maybe. I'm sure others can come up with more.

This is not terribly difficult code to write.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2015 9:12 pm    Post subject:
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Hello Steve,

An alternate way.. But a sure fire approach

The field SMF30JBN has the Jobname/TSO USERID. And SMF30WID could be used to identify if it is a TSO or STC or BATCH.

newroad,
Do you have access to SMF? If yes, then look for SMF type 30 records with SMF30JBN and SMF30WID fields.

If not, then asking your systems programmers would be the right way since processing SMF is resource intensive & complex.
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