z/VSE security: Are you still using the old CICS transaction security table (DTSECTXN) ?
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Since z/VSE 3.1.1 (available 2006) you can protect CICS transactions using the Basic Security Manager (BSM) Control File, which makes the old concept based on DTSECTXN table obsolete. However, you can still use the old security concept based on DTSECTXN.
If you are still using the DTSECTXN, it is time to migrate your CICS transaction security definitions to the BSM Control File and get rid of the DTSECTXN table. A dialog is available to migrate the DTSECTXN security entries into the BSM Control File. I recommend to migrate the DTSECTXN definitions on your current z/VSE release (if you are on z/VSE 3.1.1 or higher), before you go to a new release.