Question & Answer
Recently, The z/OS health checker has been reporting messages DFHH0001E , DFHH0002E, and DFHH0003E for several of our CICS regions on test lpars. We have already successfully deployed the CICS Health Checker CHCK transaction to all of CICS regions across the enterprise, without issue.
We noticed, the DFHH001E/2E/3E messages occurred just after applying CA Top Secret to three of our test LPAR's .
Invocation of the CEDA and CECI transactions, using the default userid by not being signed on, produces the expected security failures: TSS7251E ACCESS DENIED TO OTRAN <CECI> TSS7251E ACCESS DENIED TO OTRAN <CEDA>
Is the z/OS Health Checker producing the DFHH0001E/2E/3E messages invalidly?
Apply Top Secret fix ST06885, then add the following command to your TSS.PARMLIB:
This command needs to be created for "All" the facility names for prod, test, etc..
Notify Top Secret for further assistance needed with this fix.
CICS/TS CICSTS CICS TS CICS Transaction Server
04 April 2019