Updating Your Signon Defaults
You can use the CICS® IUI Signon Defaults (SD) menu option to type your signon defaults, which are stored as part of your user profile and used for subsequent CICS IUI access. The administrator can also assign your user profile information. If you are authorized for auto-signon, you can bypass the IBM® Connect:Direct® for z/OS® SIGNON screen by providing signon defaults.
Note: User profile information is keyed by CICS userid.
Use the SIGNON DEFAULTS screen to update your IBM Connect:Direct password, default node, ESF mode allowance, uppercase printing, CICS session printer, and sending and receiving node accounting information.
access the SIGNON DEFAULTS screen, select option SD on the PRIMARY
MENU and press Enter. Following is an example.
SIGNON DEFAULTS 11:51:48 node.name CICS USERID ==> ________ **CONNECT:DIRECT** USERID ==> XXXXX1 PASSWORD==> DEFAULT NODE ==> NODE.NAME ESF MODE ALLOWED ==> Y Y OR N UPPER CASE PRINT ==> Y Y OR N CICS PRINTER ==> LPT1 PNODE ACCT DATA ==> _______________________________________________ SNODE ACCT DATA ==> _______________________________________________ Do you want all commands for this session to be CASE sensitive? ==> NO PF keys: 1 Help 2 Msg 3 Exit 4 Menu 6 Id 9 Update Enter Edit Clear Reset
- To display your current information, type your IBM Connect:Direct userid and password and press Enter.
- To change information, use the ARROW, TAB, and RETURN keys
to move the cursor to the field you want to change. Press PF9 to update
The following table describes the fields on this screen:
Field Description CICS USERID This 8-character system field contains your CICS userid. If you have a CICS userid that is shared, then your update to the signon defaults affect all users of that userid. CONNECT:DIRECT USERID This 64-character field contains your IBM Connect:Direct userid. This field is required. CONNECT:DIRECT PASSWORD This 64-character field contains your IBM Connect:Direct password for the IBM Connect:Direct session. The field is darkened to maintain security. DEFAULT NODE This 16-character field contains the name of your default node. UPPER CASE PRINT This 1-character field contains the Y or N toggle to force uppercase printing on the CICS printer. Y means that all of the printed reports and summary table printouts from this user are in uppercase. CICS PRINTER This 4-character field contains the designation for the printer connected to your environment. PNODE ACCT DATA This 50-character field contains your accounting data for the primary node. You can use it for your cost billing for CPU, I/O, and system resource time, materials, and personnel. SNODE ACCT DATA This 50-character field contains your accounting data for the secondary node. You can use it for your cost billing for CPU, I/O, and system resource time, materials, and personnel.