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MAINFRAME – GRANT and REVOKE Dataset Access

GRANT

This solution assumes you have a RACF profile with your USERID.**

On the command line:

Code:

TSO PERMIT USERID.** ID(USER1) ACCESS(READ) CLASS(DATASET) GEN

USER1 is the USERID of the person to whom you want to grant access.

You can decide on using READ, UPDATE, or ALTER.
READ implies only reading a file
UPDATE implies you can make changes and/or save an existing file.
ALTER implies you can create, change, and delete a file.

This will not work for ACF2 or Top Secret.

REVOKE

Still the RACF PERMIT command, but with the DELETE operand.

Code:
TSO PERMIT USERID.** ID(USER1) DELETE

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