tcl.account-maint Verb: Access/TCL

tcl.account-maint

Command tcl.account-maint Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP
Category TCL (746)
Description invokes a menu to create, modify, or delete user accounts.

The account definition item, located in the "mds" file, may also be updated or deleted using the Update processor. This requires a sys2 privilege level.
Syntax
Options
Example
account-maint

account maintenance workscreen  

1 Account name              -Lasalle
2 Synonym account/Modulo    -19
3 Privilege level           -SYS0
4 Password                  -none
5 Accounting update         -L
6 Retrieval codes
7 Update lock codes

enter line number to update
or functions ex-exit fi-file fd-delete  

"Account name" is the new account name just entered.

"Synonym account" is the is the name of the original (source) 
account, if a "q-pointer" is being created.

"Modulo" is the  modulo used in creating the file for this account 
("D" option). The default is 19.

"Privilege level" is the user privilege level.  It may be 
"sys0", "sys1", or "sys2".

"Password" is the password to be assigned to this account. The 
password is displayed as '********'.  "de" must be entered 
to delete an existing password. Passwords are case-sensitive and may be 
multi-valued.

NOTE: The password must be entered EXACTLY as specified, including upper and 
lower case characters, as "B" and "b" are different 
characters.

"Accounting update" may be one of the following codes:

"l"  Does not update the "dm,acc," file. This is the 
default value.

"r"  Invokes the user's logon sequence whenever they type in 
'end' while in the debugger. (Another way of stating that it restarts 
the user's logon macro or menu).

"u"  Updates the 'dm,acc,' (accounting history) file 
whenever the user logs on or off.

"ur"  Combines the effect of the "u" and "r" 
options.

"Retrieval codes" are the codes granting this user retrieval 
permission to specified files.

"Update lock codes" are the codes granting this user update 
permission for specified files.
Purpose
Related tcl.create-account
tcl.password
file.reference
tcl.:swx
file.defining.items
tcl.update
tcl.delete.account
tcl.delete-account
filename.newac