Why am I unexpectedly seeing security violations when connecting to CA-IDMS/Server?

Document ID:  TEC1665413
Last Modified Date:  08/11/2017
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Products

  • CA IDMS

Releases

  • CA IDMS:Release:18.5
  • CA IDMS:Release:19.0

Components

  • CA IDMS/DB:IDMS
  • CA IDMS Server:IDSERV
Introduction:

Unexpected security violations in CA-IDMS/Server.

Question:

Why am I unexpectedly seeing security violations when connecting to CA-IDMS/Server?

Environment:
CA-IDMS and CA-IDMS/Server, any supported releases.
Answer:

If resource type SGON is secured in RHDCSRTT and you have a user defined with no password, then you must not provide a password when connecting.

 

If you do provide a password, the connect will fail with a security violation and message DC396010 will appear in the dc-log.

Additional Information:

For more information, see the following CA IDMS DocOps pages:

Using IDMS Server

Administrating Security for IDMS

 

 

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