Use the following syntax for the sign-on file statements:
The following rules and guidelines apply:
Maximum statement length is 64 characters.
Statements can begin in any column.
Statements cannot be continued and must be coded on a single line.
You can specify one or more AUTHGROUP or USER statements in a sign-on file.
When PowerExchange encounters a USER statement that matches all or part of the user ID, PowerExchange stops reading the sign-on file.
Comment lines must begin with
, and must be on a separate line from any statements.
On a Linux, UNIX, or Windows system, if you do not create specific authorization groups to authorize users to issue pwxcmd and infacmd pwx commands, you must include the following statements in the sign-on file on all target Linux, UNIX, or Windows systems to which users issue commands:
PowerExchange provides a sample sign-on file, in the required location, that you can customize.
The following table describes, by operating system, the name and required location of sign-on file:
SIGNON File Name and Location
SIGNON member in the
signon.txt file in the PowerExchange installation directory
SIGNON member in RUNLIB to which the DTLSGN DD in the PowerExchange Listener JCL points