||The OS/390ART Utility
Welcome to the OS/390 Security Server Audit Tool and Report Application, OS/390ART! The installation and use of OS390ART is documented in the IBM Redbook "OS/390 Security Server Audit Tool and Report Application", which is book number SG24-4820. You can get information on this and all other IBM Redbooks at the URL http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks.
OS390ART is available as a set of files on the FTP server at public.dhe.ibm.com in the /eserver/zseries/zos/racf/os390art/ directory. You can download these files using anonymous ftp or through your web browser. The OS390ART files are:
- OS/390 UNIX executable CREATE TABLE SQL statements
- OS/390 UNIX executable DB2 Load Utility statements
- Introduction and description
- QMF control file
- QMF forms
- ISPF panels
- QMF procedures
- QMF queries
- REXX procedures
Files 1,2 and 3 are text files, that are intended to be uploaded in ascii format. Files 4,5,6,7,8, and 9 are binary files, which must be transferred in binary format to your MVS system.
Files 4,5,6,7,8, and 8 are "package" files in TSO TRANSMIT format. Once you have imported them (in binary) to your MVS system, you must then unpackaged them using the "RECEIVE" command.
The syntax of the RECEIVE command is: RECEIVE INDATASET(dsname) RECEIVE prompts you for a target data set name.
Note: If you receive a message from the RECEIVE command that indicates that the input data set is in an incorrect format, verify that:
- The files were downloaded in binary format
- The input files to the RECEIVE are in fixed-block format
We welcome your comments and questions on the OS390ART utility. Please direct them to the RACF-L mailing list. Subscription information for RACF-L can be found from the RACF Discussionn List page.
This program contains code made available by IBM Corporation on an "AS-IS" basis. Any one receiving this program is considered to be licensed under IBM copyrights to use the IBM-provided code in any way he or she deems fit, including copying it and redistributing it, except that it may be neither sold nor incorporated within a product that is sold. No license under any IBM patents or patent applications is to be implied from this copyright license.
The software is provided "as-is", and IBM disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
This page was last updated November 2003.