You can use the following Adabas security options with PowerExchange:
To use Adabas password security, specify file passwords in PowerExchange data maps. To use Adabas SAF security or security by value, no action is required in PowerExchange.
PowerExchange does not support Natural Security, which is a Natural application. PowerExchange supports Adabas data access directly, not through an application layer.
PowerExchange checks PowerExchange-specific resource profiles to determine whether to permit write access to Adabas files. For this security checking to occur, specify 2 in the first parameter of SECURITY statement in the DBMOVER configuration file. PowerExchange then uses the MVS System Authorization Facility (SAF) interface to check access to the resource profiles.
By default, PowerExchange checks resource profiles in the FACILITY class. Use the RACF_CLASS parameter in the DBMOVER configuration file to specify a different class for checking security profiles. If you specify a different class, it must be defined in RACF or the security product you use, with a resource name that has a maximum length of 8 bytes.