Every function in the CA Ideal environment is controlled through an authorization - either at the individual Ideal System level or at the user definition level. The Display ATZ command will show these authorizations.
The easiest way to see your different functions and their authorization levels is to log into CA Ideal on the CICS system and issue the DISPLAY ATZ command. This will show you each command and the level of authorization needed.
Here is a sample of some of the output:
IDOPTSCB LAST MODIFIED 10/25/16 10.34
AUTHORIZATION NAMES PRIMARY LEVEL SECONDARY LEVEL
ALTER-PROGRAM ADMIN N/A
ALTER-SIGNON-PANEL ADMIN N/A
CATALOG-DATAVIEW DATAVIEW-ADMIN N/A
COMPILE-ONLINE UPDATE N/A
COMPILE-BATCH UPDATE N/A
COMPILE-SYNC UPDATE N/A
COPY-PROGRAM-ACROSS-SYSTEM UPDATE CONTROL
COPY-MEMBER-ACROSS-USER ADMIN N/A
CREATE-DATAVIEW DATAVIEW-ADMIN N/A
CREATE-EDIT-SYSTEM ADMIN N/A
CREATE-EDIT-USER ADMIN N/A
CREATE-MEMBER-ACROSS-USER ADMIN N/A
CREATE-MODULE CONTROL N/A
CREATE-PACKAGE CONTROL N/A
CREATE-PLAN CONTROL N/A
CREATE-PROGRAM CONTROL N/A
CREATE-PANEL CONTROL N/A
CREATE-REPORT CONTROL N/A
CREATE-DOCUMENT CONTROL N/A
For example, in this environment, a user only needs UPDATE access for a system to compile one of the programs there, but they need CONTROL access in order to create the program. However, to create a Dataview, the user must be identified with the DVW Administrator Privilege, because dataviews are not related to specific systems.
For more information about managing the CA Ideal authorizations, please refer to the following Docops webpages:
As always, please contact CA Technologies support for CA Datacom if you have further questions.