We are using CA-Intertest 8.5.0 Intertest uses a common component of CA-SymDump as part of it's normal operation.
These modules are being identified as being executed and belong to the CA SymDump component.
I recognise all IN25 modules as Intertest. Can the common code items be classified as a separate component that does not make it look like we are using a product we are not licensed for?
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Re: CA Intertest use of CA-SymDump common component.2013-03-25T20:54:45Z in response to SystemAdminHi,
Ok. what I will do is reassign the said modules to CA Symdump, Common. I will make this component a Non Asset which means it will not show in the Asset Reports as a licensed product. However you will need to run full IQ scans on all LPARs and rematch the IQ data using FULLREMATCH=Y in order for the changes to take effect.