I want to merge two RACF databases but ran across a different CICS setup on the source. There, I saw eight character...
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transaction names like LCLSl200. On the main systems we use four character transactions.How does CICS call an eight character transactions? Is it some kind of exit or table? I do not want to define these on the main if I do not understand how it is called/verified.
I'm not a RACF expert. However, what I'm sure about is that CICS only uses four character transactions IDs. Might these entries be program names? I suggest you look at the CICS system and find out what these over long names mean.
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