>I'm afraid we still don't know enough about how your cross-memory server is
>operating. In an earlier post you implied that it will choose whether to >use
>the primary or secondary ID. How does it make that choice? And how does it
>find both of them.
>If you change ASXBSENV you are changing the primary ID, not creating a
>secondary one as (I think) you mentioned. That is dangerous and may ?>have
>side effects you haven't thought about.
>For simplicity and safety,you could attach a subtask, and do the VERIFY (and
>the cross-memory call) from that subtask. Then, on the VERIFY, if you >omit
>the ACEE parameter RACF will (as documented in the RACROUTE book) put the ACEE
>address into TCBSENV for you. If the cross-memory server >is setup correctly
>it should find the ACEE there.
The cross memory server is designed to handle callers from CICS, IDMS and other
environments like that. For my test program I want to simulate the secondary
ACEE that occurs in those environments without the test harness overhead of
using those actual environments. So really do need a primary ACEE and a
I will code up the attached subtask.
For my clarification, I current have just the one main task that does a
RACROUTE REQUEST=VERIFY,ENVIR=CREATE that specifies the USERID, PASSWORD and
the ACEE as follows
RACROUTE REQUEST=VERIFY,WORKA=(R7),SYSTEM=YES,PASSCHK=YES, X
And you are advising me to put this in an attached subtask to my test program
and remove the ACEE parameter? Will I need to specify additional parameters in
that case? ISTR that without the ACEE parameter I was getting the '*' in the
ACEE's userid as per the doc (sort of), but that was when I was running the
VERIFY in the main task.
"1. If you omit USERID, GROUP, and PASSWRD and if you code ENVIR=CREATE or if
ENVIR=CREATE is used as the default, you receive a return code of X'00' and
obtain an ACEE that contains an asterisk (*) (X'5C') in place of the USERID and
group name. "
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