Authorizing EXECs scheduled by an operator or the Rule Processor

EXECs can be scheduled from one BBI-SS PAS to another BBI-SS PAS in the following ways:
  • using the MVS MODIFY command, a terminal operator on one BBI-SS PAS can schedule an EXEC on another BBI-SS PAS

  • a Rule responding to an event can schedule an EXEC that schedules to run an EXEC on a different BBI-SS PAS

In both cases, the BBI-SS PAS where the EXEC is scheduled to run must be authorized by a BBPARM member. The BBPARM member name is the subsystem ID (SSID) of the BBI-SS PAS that sent the EXEC.

For example, if a terminal operator on BBI-SS PAS SS01 issues this command:

F SS01,%execname

and EXEC named %execname starts an EXEC on a BBI-SS PAS named SS02, the SS02 BBI-SS PAS must have a BBPARM member SS01.

Also, if the EXEC %execname issues an EXEC from SS02 to be scheduled on SS01, SS01 must have a BBPARM member SS02. This is because MainView AutoOPERATOR sends the ORIGIN of each step in an EXEC to the receiving BBI-SS PAS to verify authorization.

If the required BBPARM authorization member does not exist, MainView AutoOPERATOR issues error message AM3119W and does not schedule the EXEC.

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