Blog entries are related to the mainframe operating system z/VSE. Ingolf will share news, hints & tips or any topic. The postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies or opinions.
We just uploaded the presentation and replay of the last Live Virtual Class (LVC), held by Don Stoever (CSI International). Thanks, Don. You can download it from our LVC web page. Title : CSI TCP/IP for VSE Update (held on January 17, 2017) The LVC web page is here .
Todays blog entry is related to the z/VSE Basic Security Manager (BSM). z/VSE 6.1 requires a new installation. That is you need to migrate your security definitions. When you want to migrate user and application entries from the z/VSE 5.2 BSTCNTL (BSM Control File) to z/VSE 6.1, you can use skeleton SKBSTSAV in ICCF library 59 to create BSTADMMIN control statements for backup on z/VSE 5.2 and restore on z/VSE 6.1. If you still use the old security concept based on DTSECTXN, you should migrate to the BSM profile concept... [More]