If you log data from z/OS data sources to remote PowerExchange Logger for Linux, UNIX, and Windows log files, set the SECURITY option to 2 in the DBMOVER configuration member on z/OS. Ensure that the user ID and password in the PowerExchange Logger for Linux, UNIX, and windows configuration file, pwxccl, is a valid z/OS user ID and password that can pass z/OS security checking. To read captured data from the PowerExchange Logger for z/OS log files, these user credentials must have READ access to CAPX.REG.* resources profiles in the FACILITY class, which are managed by your z/OS security product. Also, for CDC sessions to extract data from the log files, the PWXPC connection must specify the z/OS user ID and password in the
Map Location User
Map Location Password
connection attributes. These user credential needs READ access to the CAPX.CND.* resource profiles.