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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 3, 2022

Implement Command Logging for RACDCERT Commands

It's my understanding that RACDCERT commands are not eligible for Command Logger, because the command envelope IRREV01 is not called for RACDCERT Commands. Since Command Verifier does not process RACDCERT commands, then Command Logger does not record RACDCERT Commands.

  • Admin
    Michael Zagorski
    Oct 21, 2022

    Hi Linnea, we will open a request with RACF. No further action needed on your end.

  • Guest
    Oct 5, 2022

    Question, on my Case the IBM Rep says I probably need to also open an idea for RACF zOS group to provide a command exit for RACDCERT. I would have thought that would be implied/included in zCMD-I-77.

    What are your recommendations? Leave it with this idea, or open a 2nd idea?

    Linnea G Sullivan Jr
    VP, Information Security Senior Engineer
    zSeries Security Strategy

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  • Admin
    HANS SCHOONE
    Oct 4, 2022

    Waiting for RACF development to add an appropriate exit point to RACDCERT.