Data-entry CHECKAUT parameter enhancement for RMDS lookup

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Problem(Abstract)

Processing of the MERVA function table parameter CHECKAUT=YES is enhanced to test the WebSphere® BI for FN Relationship Management Data Store (RMDS) for a current business relationship instead of the MERVA authenticator-key file.

Resolving the problem

After SWIFTNet Phase 2 migration, the MERVA authenticator-key file will be obsolete. So the CHECKAUT=YES parameter of the DSLFNT macro, which is intended to test the authenticator-key file for a current business relationship during message data entry, will no longer work unless you decide to continue to maintain the currency of the authenticator-key file.

For those installations which do no longer use the authenticator-key file, MERVA is enhanced to test the WebSphere BI for FN RMDS instead of the authenticator-key file for a current business relationship with the correspondent institution.

The new parameter CHECKAUT in DSLPRM offers you three options to control the effect of the CHECKAUT=YES parameter in the function table DSLFNTT:

  • CHECKAUT=RM
    MERVA checks the WebSphere BI for FN RMDS for a current business relationship.
    This option requires DB2®.
  • CHECKAUT=FILE
    MERVA checks the MERVA authenticator-key file for a current business relationship.
    This option (the default) does not require DB2.
  • CHECKAUT=NO
    MERVA ignores the CHECKAUT=YES specifications in DSLFNTT. That is, no check for a current business relationship is made.
    This option does not require DB2.

Apply PTF UK38483 for APAR PK68166 to obtain the enhancement and a detailed description from the APAR how to set up MERVA and DB2. If you intend to specify CHECKAUT=RM, you must have applied the corresponding WebSphere BI for FN PTF UK36719 before you can apply the MERVA PTF UK38483.

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Document information


More support for:

MERVA

Software version:

4.1

Operating system(s):

z/OS

Reference #:

1308359

Modified date:

2008-08-05

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