5. File actions and procedure execution permissions (optional)

This section explains the user rights required for system users to execute files and procedures.

Set permissions for users to act on files

The following conventions apply to the table below describing permissions to act on files:

  • Transfer CFT user: This is the account that started Transfer CFT.
  • USERID: This is the account that owns the transfer.
    • Requester mode (SEND, RECV commands) is the account that executes the command.
    • Server mode (Send and Receive templates) represents the value specified in USERID parameter.

Operating

System

USERCTRL

Description

ALL OS NO The Transfer CFT user, that is, the account that started Transfer CFT, performs all file actions. Default value.
YES The USERID performs all file actions.

Set permissions for users to execute procedures

Operating

System

USERCTRL

in CFTPARM

UCONF

Description

UNIX/

Windows

* cft.server.exec_as_user

For cft.server.exec_as_user:

NO indicates that the Transfer CFT user executes all procedures, for example executes a pre-processing script.

YES indicates that the USERID executes all procedures, regardless of the Transfer CFT user rights.

z/OS NO/YES Not available

For USERCTRL:

YES indicates that the Transfer CFT user executes all procedures.

NO indicates that the USERID executes all procedures.

IBM i NO/YES Not available

For USERCTRL:

YES indicates that the procedure is executed only if the USERID is the owner of the JOBD specified in the procedure.

NO indicates that the USERID executes all procedures.

*The USERCTRL has no impact on the procedure execution for these OS.

For more information on OS specific settings, refer to the list of Operating System reference information.

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