I apologize for not introducing myself in a separate post, but I have a question that is killing me! I am new to mainframes as we can all assume, and I am trying to integrate some security event logging software.
The software reads a file containing the output of the TSSAUDIT program, here in an sample of a file:
0 INCOMING PARAMETER ===> CHANGES DATE(-01)
1ETRUST CA-TOP SECRET VERSION 12.0 AUDIT UTILITY 24/07/09 08:43:23 PAGE 002
- ----- LISTING OF CHANGES TO SECURITY FILE -----
-CHANGER DATE TIME SYSID TYPE COMMAND/IMAGE
======== ======== ======== ===== ==== ==============================================================================================
0GODGOD1 23/07/09 00:02:13 HVNN PW TSS REP(1193011 ) PASSWORD(????????)
JESUS01 23/07/09 00:44:03 HVNN CMND TSS ADD(1170275)PASS(?,,E)
JESUS01 23/07/09 00:44:03 HVNN CMND TSS ADD(1170276)PASS(?,,E)
JESUS01 23/07/09 00:44:05 HVNN CMND TSS ADD(1170277)PASS(?,,E)
JESUS01 23/07/09 00:44:05 HVNN CMND TSS ADD(1170278)PASS(?,,E)
Everything is working fine reading this file with the whole days changes! But, I am just looking for a way to automatically create this file every 5 or 10 minutes with only the changes that happened in that time. Can somebody explain to me how I would accomplish this on z/OS? JCL?
I have attached the guide for the TSSAUDIT program from CA. Keep in mind I am a complete newb and will be working remotely at best with mainframe operators to get this to work.