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zSecure - XML Creation and eMailing (CSSIDs other than IBM-1047)
When creating an XML file for emailing via our z/OS SMTP server, the CSSID translation table it uses is IBM-1141, and not the usual IBM-1047. We then get unrecognised characters in the .xml file, which doesn't display on our Windows browsers. We'd...
For NEWLIST HEADER=CSVT allow for the setting of file type and file name
Using HEADER=CSVT on an emailed report the attached file has a TXT extension and a file name of CSDATAU. CSVT means a comma delimited file with titles, why not create the attachment as a CSV extension, or allow the customer to set the extension. W...
An enhancement is required to report the externalized SAF name for STIG Report ZJES0032
zSecure Audit Report ZJES0032, reports a non-compliant state for the Profile HSAP.OJT.OFF1.JT in class Writer. However we have a profile created for this case HASP.OJT.OFF*.JT. Even that is present we get that non-compliant state in Report ZJES003...
C2RP3@@D Event log record detail information shows identical SAF key and SAF name without explanation.
C2RP3@@D Event log record detail information shows identical SAF key and SAF name without explanation. And explanation for the case the product chose to use a SAF key, even though it doesn't exist might be helpful for less experienced administrato...