Stored Procedure Calling CICS UserID

Steve Runtsch

Stored Procedure Calling CICS UserID
Here at Assurant the user id recorded by CICS for stored procedures that call CICS is the user id (or maybe the started task name * they are the same value here) of the WLM-established stored procedure address space. For charge-back of work done in CICS, we would like to capture the authid used to run the stored procedure. Any ideas on how this can be accomplished? The answer is probably right in front of me, but I haven't found it yet.

Steve Runtsch
Assurant, Inc.


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Thanikachalam "Billy" Sundarrajan

Re: Stored Procedure Calling CICS UserID
(in response to Steve Runtsch)
Is your proc defined with SECURITY USER? Check your RDO as well.
--- Steve Runtsch <[login to unmask email]> wrote:

> Here at Assurant the user id recorded by CICS for stored procedures that call CICS is
> the user id (or maybe the started task name * they are the same value here) of the
> WLM-established stored procedure address space. For charge-back of work done in CICS,
> we would like to capture the authid used to run the stored procedure. Any ideas on how
> this can be accomplished? The answer is probably right in front of me, but I haven't
> found it yet.
>
> Steve Runtsch
> Assurant, Inc.
>
>
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Steve Runtsch

Re: Stored Procedure Calling CICS UserID
(in response to Thanikachalam "Billy" Sundarrajan)
Thanks! Looks like SECURITY USER did the trick. At least the CICS sign
on message DFHSN1400 has the user's ID. We'll know tomorrow if the user
ID is in the SMF records.
Steve
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Is your proc defined with SECURITY USER? Check your RDO as well.
--- Steve Runtsch <[login to unmask email]> wrote:

> Here at Assurant the user id recorded by CICS for stored procedures
that call CICS is
> the user id (or maybe the started task name * they are the same value
here) of the
> WLM-established stored procedure address space. For charge-back of
work done in CICS,
> we would like to capture the authid used to run the stored procedure.
Any ideas on how
> this can be accomplished? The answer is probably right in front of
me, but I haven't
> found it yet.
>
> Steve Runtsch
> Assurant, Inc.
>
>

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