Determining RACF protection
Although multiple generic profiles can match a general resource
name, only the most specific profile actually protects it. For example,
**, and AB.
all match the general resource name AB.CD, but AB.CD.
The best way to determine which profile is protecting a given resource is to use one of the list commands.
which looks for a discrete profile. If none is found, and generic profile checking is in effect for the class, the generic profile which protects the resource is displayed.
RLIST class-name resource-name
which looks for a discrete profile. If none is found, and generic profile checking is in effect for the DATASET class, enter:
which looks for a generic profile.
LISTDSD DA('data-set-name') GENERIC
- Profile names for data sets
- Profile names for general resources.